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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...
There are, at least, two bands known as Troublemakers:
1) A French trio
2) A Swedish punk
1) A French trio: Fred Berthet, Arnaud Taillefer & DJ Oil. They met, in 1998, at la Friche Belle (Marseille, France). Their appreciation for '60s / '70s jazz, funk & film scores - plus dance elements - produced a distinctive eclectic sound.
Two years in studio produced a début album - Doubts & Convictions (2001 on Guidance Recordings). Then, Fred departed, leaving a duo. Next they produced a 52 min' film soundtrack - Express Way (filmed in Marseille, OST on Blue Note).
2) A Swedish punk band originally formed in Gothenburg in 1981 with members from Perverts and Göteborg Sound. After a while the band s...
Dalaplan is a rock band from Malmö in the south of Sweden, founded in the summer of 2009. The band is known for its energetic live performances, personal, eager lyrics and melodies that get stuck in your head.
Dalaplan released their debut album on record label Gaphals in September 2013. On the 6th of October 2014 Dalaplan will release their second album named ”Plikt och Elände” (Duty and Misery).
Niklas: lead song and guitar
Jenny: bass guitar and song
Johan: guitar and song
Sofie: drums and song
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