Besokarna – Anna Greta Lejons ogon 7″


Wow! Another re-post from May the 9th 2006. The reason to all these reposts is that I’m trying out my new gear and compare it to the old ones. Added more scans and new rips.

Stry Terraries characteristic voice is one of Swedens best. You recognise him from Kriminella Gitarrer. Here his band is going into a more moody dark direction that became more evident in the band after this: Garbochock. “Anna Greta…” have become a swedish punk rock classic. Hmm is their a none swedish classic released pre 1980? Maybe not. Can’t think of anyone right now. I “shoulnd’t” like the b-side since it’s a mid tempo quite long song but it manage to get a grip on me cause of the catchy keyboard.

Country: Sweden
Year: 1979
Label: Heartwork
Format: 7″
Anna Greta Leijons ogon.mp3
31 timmars skrack.mp3

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19,170 Responses to Besokarna – Anna Greta Lejons ogon 7″

  1. The Flakes // Drummer says:

    Great record! Thank you! No problem you’re welcome.

  2. Erich says:

    I like this! Kinda melancholic sounding, with a weird sound. The b-side link doesn’t work :-(

  3. The Flakes // Drummer says:

    Thanks for the heads up Erich. Fixed the link. Download and enjoy!

  4. Jay Thurston says:

    You should be grateful that the B side didn’t work…yes, it is horrible! Hahahaha.

  5. Erich says:

    Beat me, but I like the b-side better than the a-side! Killer organ and a really gloomy atmosphere!!!

  6. Jay Thurston says:

    Organs always remind me of church.

  7. albin says:

    man this is swedens best punksingle ever. no one can match this. no. not one. i didnt hear that bandname no. this is minutes of pure joy, or angst really but who cares. i found this record in malmö some years ago and its one of the crown jewels in my collection. i love the bside. and the aside. and the cside if they had any. the idea to mend the cabinet of dr caligari with punks raw spirit is too great. and yeah if you like this kind of music check out my blog for more of swedens gloomy new wave post punk rock whatever.

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