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Electric Boys

Sweden's Electric Boys were one of the first and most celebrated purveyors of the short-lived funk metal phenomenon of the late '80s and early '90s. Led by charismatic singer and guitarist Conny Bloom and with a splash of beatle-esque pop-psychedelia, the quartet garnered rave reviews and built an impressive following in Europe & America. Their creative juices were also quickly spent, causing the band to disintegrate into obscurity after only three albums.

In 1988, Conny Bloom formed Electric Boys with bassist Andy Christell in Stockholm. After scoring a significant domestic hit with their first single, "All Lips 'N' Hips," the group completed their line-up with guitarist Franco Santunione and powerhouse drummer Niclas Sigeval...

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The Quill

There are at least three artists whose tracks lead to this profile:

1) Mighty Heavy rock, with Bluesy "Stoner" influences.

The Quill was formed in the early -90s in Sweden.

The original Lineup was formed by singer Magnus Ekwall, guitarist Christian Carlsson, drummer George Atlagic, Anders Haglund on Keyboard/Hammond and original bassist Peter Holm.
The lineup has changed a few times over the years with new bassplayers, and since 1997 Anders decided to leave. From that point the band have been a foursome and the current bassplayer is Robert Triches.

In their sound, which could be described as a modern 70's, one can find influences of bands like Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin


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