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Title: Rock Palais, Stockholm 12/04-1979
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Ebba Grön - Rock Palais, Stockholm 12/04-1979 mp3 flac
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Ebba Grön was a Swedish punk band formed in Stockholm in 1977. Ebba Grön consisted of Joakim Thåström (lead vocals, guitar), Gunnar Ljungstedt (drums) and Lennart Eriksson (bass guitar, backing vocals). Thåström, Ljungstedt and Eriksson were also known as Pimme, Gurra and Fjodor. After the release of their second album in 1981, they were joined by a fourth member, Anders Sjöholm, also known as Stry Terrarie, on keyboard. The group disbanded in 1983.
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Ebba Grön was a Swedish punk/rock band. The band was formed in 1977 by Joakim Thåström (Pimme), Gunnar Ljungstedt (Gurra) and Lennart Eriksson (Fjodor), all from Rågsved, a suburb of Stockholm, Sweden. Their debut album, We're Only in it for the Drugs, was released in 1978. After their second album Kärlek & Uppror ("Love & Revolt") in 1981, Anders Sjöholm (Stry Terrarie - Kriminella Gitarrer, Garbochock, Besökarna, Stry & Stripparna) joined them.
Styl muzycznyPunk-Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0. eroinister & Kontorister. Ebba Grön consisted of Joakim Thåström (lead vocals, guitar), Gunnar Ljungstedt (drums) andLennart Eriksson (bass guitar, backing vocals).
Ebba Grön consisted of Joakim Thåström (lead vocals, guitar), Gunnar Ljungstedt (drums) and Lennart Eriksson (bass guitar, backing vocals) . Ebba Grön started a hectic period of touring all over Sweden, during which they also released two more singles. In 1978, the time had come for their album debut We're Only In It For The Drugs, with songs about the tough, yet boring, lives of young people in working-class suburbs. Imperiet got a good start and would be the leading band of the Swedish rock scene throughout the '80s. In 2003, shortly after the death of Joe Strummer, Mick Jones (guitarist of The Clash) traveled to Sweden to play a tribute for the recently deceased musician with Ebba Grön. LPs. We're Only in It for the Drugs (1979) No. 21 ().
And, strangely enough, the story proves to involve constant movement away from punk toward indie rock and even pop. But first, the beginning: This compilation puts much emphasis on the singles period before the band's first album, the period that planted Ebba Grön as Swedish punk. These songs are undoubtedly less produced than the first album, but if that makes them more punk-like, they do lack the sheer aggressiveness, as well as the brilliant melodies, that made the debut LP the greatest Swedish punk album ever.