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Pugh Rogefeldt

Rogefeldt made his breakthrough in the late 1960s with albums such as Ja, dä ä dä and Pughish. Unlike most other Swedish pop musicians who wanted to achieve international success, he sang in Swedish. One song which is commonly associated with Rogefeldt is Små lätta moln. Other major hits include Här kommer natten, Föräldralåten, Hog Farm, Dinga Linga Lena and Stockholm. In the 1970s, he toured with this band Rainrock, together with Ola Magnell and Janne Lucas Persson. A live double LP was released from this tour, entitled Ett steg till.
In the early 1990s, he was also a member of Grymlings, alongside Göran Lagerberg, Mikael Rickfors and Magnus Lindberg.

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Jojje Wadenius, Roffe Wikström, Kenny Håkansson, Cecilia Ringkvist, Göran Lagerberg & Kap. Dahlbäck

Roffe Wikström Band


Strindbergs was a swedish punk band who were active in the 80's. The band was a trio consisting of Johan Johansson, Janne Borgh and Johan Hugo Carlén on drums who later got replaced by Pär Attack (Hugo thought painting was much more important). In february of 1985 they played at "Rockbjörnsgalan" where they told Bert Karlsson and Göran Skytte (who were sitting in the audiens) to go to hell, and also kicked out Ulf Lundell out of his dressing room. A week later Johansson got kicked out of the band.

Kvasibarn / Trollbunden (1983) - single
Bibeln (1983)
100 sekunder / Mytomanen (1983) - single
Med Strindbergs Ur Tiden (1984)
Italien / Vakna Dårar (1984) - single
Bombpartyt (1984)

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Asoka is a progressive/psychedelic rock band from Malmö, Sweden, evolved from the earlier band Taste of Blues. They released one self-titled album in 1971, but since then it has been recently reissued by the Mellotronen record label due to high demand. Stirred by the re-release, the band released an album titled "36 Years Later" in 2007.

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