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VonOben
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In 1980 the late swedish artist Eddie Meduza (who mainly wrote about tits, booze and f**king) released "Reaktorn läck i Barsebäck"... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4hKS11fZIY

That guitar lick at 0:27 really made me think about No Time To Cry.

It was also partly covered by Europe as "Boyazont" on their debut album in 1983.

For some strange reason it seems to be a minor alternative hit in modern times in latin countries. Perhaps it's easier when they don't understand the lyrics...
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VonOben wrote:In 1980 the late swedish artist Eddie Meduza (who mainly wrote about tits, booze and f**king) released "Reaktorn läck i Barsebäck"... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4hKS11fZIY

That guitar lick at 0:27 really made me think about No Time To Cry.

It was also partly covered by Europe as "Boyazont" on their debut album in 1983.

For some strange reason it seems to be a minor alternative hit in modern times in latin countries. Perhaps it's easier when they don't understand the lyrics...
Ha ha ha! :lol: Classic! A perfect instrumental jam för Ben and Chris on the upcoming tour! And i really mean it! Perfection would of course be if Eldritch tried it out with the very short but "intense" lyrics...
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Depprocksfarfar wrote:
VonOben wrote:In 1980 the late swedish artist Eddie Meduza (who mainly wrote about tits, booze and f**king) released "Reaktorn läck i Barsebäck"... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4hKS11fZIY

That guitar lick at 0:27 really made me think about No Time To Cry.

It was also partly covered by Europe as "Boyazont" on their debut album in 1983.

For some strange reason it seems to be a minor alternative hit in modern times in latin countries. Perhaps it's easier when they don't understand the lyrics...
Ha ha ha! :lol: Classic! A perfect instrumental jam för Ben and Chris on the upcoming tour! And i really mean it! Perfection would of course be if Eldritch tried it out with the very short but "intense" lyrics...
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VonOben wrote:In 1980 the late swedish artist Eddie Meduza (who mainly wrote about tits, booze and f**king) released "Reaktorn läck i Barsebäck"... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4hKS11fZIY

That guitar lick at 0:27 really made me think about No Time To Cry.

It was also partly covered by Europe as "Boyazont" on their debut album in 1983.

For some strange reason it seems to be a minor alternative hit in modern times in latin countries. Perhaps it's easier when they don't understand the lyrics...
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