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Synthband from Trollhättan, Sweden. Active in the 1980-90s. Members were Peter Nyborg (programming + voice) and Jonas Göransson (Main Vocals + programming)

Band name comes from an old Severed Heads track - which Jonas was a big fan of. Two albums were released, In Times Like These and CET

The band was subsequently converted to Automatic, and under that name they released Global. All albums were released on the company Energy Rekords.

2011 they made a small comeback. Facebookpage: Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Dpoint may refer to more than one artist:
1) The Swedish synth band DPoint
2) The sound system Dpoint

1) Swedish synthband dpoint was formed in 1987 in Trollhättan, Sweden by the original members Peter Andersson, Örjan Andersson and Robert Widell. Örjan was replaced by Anders Witrén in 1988 and when Anders left the group in 1989 it has since consisted of Peter Andersson and Robert Widell, often with guest musician appearing in different roles both on recordings and on stage.

The bands initial influences was from classic synth gods like Kraftwerk and New Order, and also without a doubt also Depeche Mode. Over time, Peter and Robert's heavy metal and hard rock influences coupled with a weird attraction to th...

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