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About Swede

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    Zep Head
  • Birthday 03/05/1973

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    Stockholm, Sweden
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    Play, write and listen to music. Movies, traveling, art, having a laugh with my friends over a beer or two.
  1. Happy Birthday!!! Hope you had a great one :-) Where have you been?? Miss you on here.

  2. Well, it's better to have it on itunes than no copy at all. I have a vinyl copy coming in the mail soon, and I know I am a lucky bastard.
  3. Me too. The rest can live in their bubble and whine on internet forums how bad the music scene is now-a-days.
  4. I don't know but what I connect FM rock with is bands like Kansas, Survivor, Jerusalem, Nasareth etc etc. One of my fav genres is the singer/songwriter category, but that doesn't stop it from have loads of really bad artists, especially from the 70's as it was so popular back then. I wouldn't name any of the artists you mentioned as lame and boring.
  5. Seriously, although the 60's is my fav decade when it comes to music, there were shit coming out then too. Peter & Gordon, Herman's Hermits and We Five, not counting Vee, Vinton, Goldsboro, Darin and all those Bobby's who stuck like glue on the music top lists. The 70's had several real bad genres too, not only Disco, but also MOR, FM rock and the whole rock opera concept which was quite bad. Also a bunch of really slick, boring no-edge-at-all singer songwriters. To say music has gone downhill now-a-days is to embellish those days and suppress all the bad stuff that came out back the
  6. Destination Lonely is a killer track! These Huns are a different Huns from the one I posted, none the less a great band! Here's a couple of 45's I'd love to get my hands on: The Barracudas - Baby get lost Tamrons - Wild man http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqEyMEXltq8
  7. ^^ Cool stuff! I got all three of them, on vinyl 45's. Top band! Here are three other favs of mine. The Jaguars hailed from Michigan, but went to Indiana to cut this for the Skoop label in 1966. This is another '66 garage classic, The Huns from North Carolina. Limey & The Yanks from L.A. California, recorded this FUZZ monster in '65.
  8. ABOUT TIME! I've seen it, but will happily buy a DVD copy and wear it to death.
  9. Need A Little Lovin' is a long time fav of mine. Incredible tune. I've been trying to get a hold of the original 45 which was released on Ginny Records in '65, I believe. I have seen it on ebay a couple of times, but it has always sold for $400 or so, if the copy has been in nice shape. A bit too expensive in my opinion. But I have patience, I'll get a copy sooner or later.. I have it on a Pebbles LP comp, that will have to do for now.
  10. ^^ Nice post there Strider. Sundazed is a great record label with many great releases.
  11. Hi Swede! :D You're very welcome! :) And I'm glad you liked the little song I posted in the Garage Rock thread :) I just wanted to do something nice for you on your birthday :)

  12. You're very welcome! :)

  13. lol Thank you Kiwi, that's very thoughtfull of you! Cheers!
  14. Hi Kiwi, thank you for the birthday wishes! :) I'll be back in the "Other Bands" section eventually.. ;)

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