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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...
Vånna Inget is punk with pop melodies and melodic vocals.
Vånna Inget has a sound like other Swedish bands – Masshysteri, Knugen Faller, Baboon Show, Invasionen, etc. They are bands that have given punk a little more melodic vein. Vånna Inget have turned down the distortion and added some more minor chords and vocal harmonies but the intensity, anxiety and the energy is there anyway, like new wave music that was a reaction after the punk explosion in 1977.
Karolina Engdahl – Vocals
Tommy Tift – Guitar
Johan Ottosson – Bass
Andréas Almqvist – Drums Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Rasta Knast was founded in Celle in 1997. They are performing melodic Swedish punkrock (like Asta Kask, Troublemakers, etc.) with German lyrics.
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