Gigolos – Jag vill va i Moskwa/Surfa pa 7″


Here we have none the less then Travolta Kids in disguise, just so that they could get the chance to release a record on Stranded. The label was concidered to be a happening label when they started, but the kids other label said no to an affair with Stranded, so they did a quick name change for this one. A bit surprising as they already appeared on the labels first release, both under their their real name, and in disguise as Stalin Boys.

Of course it’s nowhere near the teen punk they play on their first E.P. or on the Bakverk 80 compilation LP, but cheesy surf influenced power pop that fits a sunny summerday. Jag vill va i Moskwa is a celebration to Russia, while Surfa pa is a song about how much fun they gonna have during the summer. If you understand Swedish it sounds like they sing “Vi ska ha kuk kuk hela sommar’n lang”, which for most of you means “We will have cock cock all summer long”. Oh how much fun that would be!

Country: Sweden
Year: 1980
Label: Stranded
Format: 7″
Songs:
Jag vill va i Moskwa.mp3
Surfa pa.mp3

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3 Responses to Gigolos – Jag vill va i Moskwa/Surfa pa 7″

  1. Martin says:

    The songs plays in the wrong order, Moskwa is surfa på end vice versa. Maybe I labeled them wrong?

  2. Keith says:

    I’ve been waiting to hear this for a long time, cuz I am a big fan of the Travolta Kids singles (plus their stuff on the Bakverk 80 compilation). Unfortunately their LP isn’t too great, although some of the songs are good. Thanks for posting!!!!!!!!!

    Keith (http://www.myspace.com/toxiska – a Canadian singing in Swedish, check it out for a laugh…………)

  3. Keith says:

    Ah, the LP is better than this single at least……….. Check out the Rude Kids’ later singles where they sing in Swedish, kind of the same thing stylewise, but a lot better.

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