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Lillasyster (Swedish for "Little sister") is a band, formed in Göteborg, Sweden in 2006. The band was created when Martin Westerstrand started to write songs in Swedish for the first time, since the chorus of “Sug Min” with LOK was written the day before New Years' Eve of 2001. In the spring of 2006, he got enough and could not hold the words inside any longer. That's when the first song started to take shape.
Soon there was a bunch of songs that turned out to be straight forward, strange and good. Daniel Cordero from big brother LOK, plus Ian-Paolo Lira and Max Flövik from cousin Rallypack were soon a part of the band, and then they were four.
One small and fat guy
One short, fat and hairy guy
One short a...
More than one band share this name:
1. A hardcore band from Varna, Bulgaria. Another Day have an album titled "Who's To Blame" from 2001, as well as many appearances in various compilations. The second album is expected to be released some time in 2007. Check 'em out at:
2. Another Day was a New Wave-Synthpop band formed by David Ponak at the University Of Connecticut in 1983. Relocating to Boston in 1985, Ponak assembled a new Another Day lineup consisting of himself (keyboards, programming, vocals), John Richard (Rik) Rolski (guitar)(formerly from Figures on a Beach) and Sarah Long (vocals). They released the five track 12" EP "Uh-Oh" in 1986.
There are three artists by this name:
1) A hardcore punk band from Eksjö, Sweden formed in 2012. They released their debut EP in January 2013 called Oaklake which consisted of six songs with ranging styles from oldschool hardcore to punk to elements of skate punk and metalcore.
2) A noise band from Louisville, Kentucky. They released their debut 7" on Noise Pollution Records in April of 2009. Their feature length debut "Humility The Hard Way" was released by the same label in 2013.
3) A thrashcore band from Holland formed in 2005, breaking up in 2008. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.