Hemliga Bosse – Aldrig mera ensam 7″

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Hemliga Bosse was  a secret player at the early scene in Lund, and on this record, his only 7″, he was backed up by New Bondage (who later on beacame TT Reuter), just like New Bondage backed up Martti LeThargie and Robert Vidén on their Heartwork releases. I guess those guys liked to keep themselves busy, or were the only ones who knew how to play in Lund apart from City Kent in those days.

As you can hear Bosse was a clever guy who put the best song on the a-side and the title track on the b-side which makes perfect sense as New Image is a great power pop smasher. Aldrig Mera Ensam  is a little too long reggae song that most of you probably dislikes. I kind of like it though as Bosse sounds so sad when he sings about his life as an outsider, so give it a spin if you feel adventurous. And for those of us who speaks Swedish there’s an interview with Bosse here where he talks about broken love and beautiful things in life.

Year: 1979
Label: Heartwork
Format: 7″
Songs:
New Image Every Day.mp3
Aldrig mera ensam.mp3

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9 Responses to Hemliga Bosse – Aldrig mera ensam 7″

  1. Erich says:

    That’s a pretty great Geschramml. The a-side sometimes reminds me of AK-47 a bit, ain’t that weird. Thanks for this. I’d buy it.

  2. Jay Thurston says:

    I love the A side, the B side sucks ass…

  3. clayton s. says:

    wow! Great a-side. Another one to watch out for…

    Didn’t realize New Bondage was like a house band for Heart Work. That Martti LeThargie is good, too, from what I remember.

  4. Jay Thurston says:

    Will you please post something new?? Thanks

  5. Martin says:

    This very copy posted here is up on Ebay right now. Get one of those “famous from kbdrecords.com” records for a cheap price!

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