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Sweden's Electric Boys were one of the first and most celebrated purveyors of the short-lived funk metal phenomenon of the late '80s and early '90s. Led by charismatic singer and guitarist Conny Bloom and with a splash of beatle-esque pop-psychedelia, the quartet garnered rave reviews and built an impressive following in Europe & America. Their creative juices were also quickly spent, causing the band to disintegrate into obscurity after only three albums.
In 1988, Conny Bloom formed Electric Boys with bassist Andy Christell in Stockholm. After scoring a significant domestic hit with their first single, "All Lips 'N' Hips," the group completed their line-up with guitarist Franco Santunione and powerhouse drummer Niclas Sigeval...
Matti Alfonzetti (vocals), George Bravo (guitar), Stefan Bergström (guitar), Håkan Calmroth (bass), Håkan Persson (drums)
A heavily Grunge influenced outfit led by ex-BAM BAM BOYS, JAGGED EDGE and Scott Gorham's WESTERN FRONT vocalist Matti Alfonzetti, having returned home to Sweden Alfonzetti recorded demos with TALISMAN before uniting with erstwhile ERRATIC TALE guitarist George Bravo, a Chilean exile, to form SKINTRADE. The initial line up also included former GLORY drummer Jonas Östman.
The band's first single 'One By One' actually included the same cut on the B side but sung in Spanish. SKINTRADE added drummer Andi Chase in mid 1995, although Alfonzetti and guitarist Stefan Bergström quit after th...
Robert Lindell - Vocals
Mattias Persson - Lead Guitar
Robin Bengtsson - Rythm Guitar
Tim Svalö - Bass
Jonas Tillheden - Drums
"With strong choruses and a theatrical show, Bulletrain managed for a few seconds move "The Tivoli" to the Sunset strip in the mid-80's when Mötley Crüe were gettin' material for "The Dirt" and Guns N’ Roses was in the making!
Bulletrain does not leave much to be desired for those who thinks that the hard rock scene was at it's best in the Glam/Sleaze era! This band could probably already tomorrow record an album which wouldn't be ashamed aside acts like Crashdïet and Crazy Lixx!"
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