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There are two artists by this name

1) Mimikry is a Swedish punk band. Two of their members are Hjalmar "Hjalle" Östman and Jonas "Heavy" Stentäpp who became famous in Sweden after an appearance in TV show "På rymmen" (i.e. "On the run").

"Hjalle" is the singer and guitarist of the band, "Heavy" is the drummer, Mia plays the bass, Åsberg and Apan plays guitar.

2005 the band celebrated it's 10 years anniversery and released the CD "Uppsamlingsheat". The CD contained records from the year 1994-2005 that, until then, only had been released on demos etc.

Some people think that Mimikry is one of Swedens greatest punk-bands and their most known track is "En flicka som är stark" (A girl who's strong).<...

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Strebers, a swedish punkband formed in 1985. The band split up in 1988 but reunited again in 1989. The band finally disbanded in 1992 after the drummer and writer Johnny was killed in a car accident. The remaining members started the band Dia Psalma together with the ex. Merciless-drummer Stipen.

Strebers is known for their blending of very fast punkrock influenced by swedish folkmusic. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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The Baboon Show

The Baboon Show started out as a live band in late 2003. A DIY 6-track EP called "This is it!" was released in May 2004. The Baboon Show played throughout Sweden and made themselves a reputation of being one of Sweden's best live acts. The band was signed to the Swedish indie label National, and their debut album "Don't Don't Don't" was released in October 2005. The two singles "Boredom Boredom Go Away!" and "It's a sin" were played frequently in Swedish radio and television. And The Baboon Show kept on playing around the country. Only seven months later, in May 2006, they released their second album called "Pep Talk". "Betsy's Revenge" is the title of their third album. "Betsy" was a song on the first album which was a celebration to al...

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Crude SS

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Sounds Like raw Swedish hardcore punk

Crude S.S. first surfaced in Sweden in the summer of 1982 with their self-released demo. The "SS" was put on there because the band thought "Crude" was empty. Later they said it stood for "Society System". They began playing shows with an onslaught of various Swedish punk bands of that era, they quickly gained a name for themselves but primarily among their own community in Sweden. It wasn't until late 1983 that they reached a broader audience with the release of their eternal classic, "Who'll Survive". The EP was released on Uproar Records and never officially repressed. They fit...

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