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Tyggegummibanden - Helt Til Hest Album

Tyggegummibanden - Helt Til Hest Album
Title:
Helt Til Hest
Performer:
Tyggegummibanden
Released:
1974
Catalog:
6C 006 37261, 006-37261
Country:
Denmark
MP3 album size:
1055 mb
FLAC album size:
1743 mb
Genre:
Label:
EMI

Tracklist


1Helt Til Hest
Written-By – Jørgensen, Langebæk
2:56
2Lidt Efter Lidt
Written-By – Jørgensen, Langebæk
2:02


Credits


  • Bass [Not Credited]Henrik Bødtcher
  • Drums [Not Credited]Jan Sivertsen
  • Guitar, Vocals [Not Credited]Michael Jørgensen
  • Keyboards, Vocals [Not Credited]Morten Langebæk
  • ProducerJerry Ritz


Notes


Made in Denmark


Barcodes


  • Rights Society: NCB


Album


One year after the third album, Tyggegummibanden disbanded in 1978. The two incoming band members after the first album, Michael Bruun and Jan Sivertsen, later became important musicians as members of Tøsedrengene and Ray Dee Ohh, and both made rich contributions to the golden age of Danish rock-pop music in the 80's and 90's: Michael Bruun became a central figure as star producer of many popular Scandinavian artists, and Jan. Helt Til Hest. Your Rating. Listen to music from Tyggegummibanden like Du Gør Mig Hidsig Lille Lizzy, Du Goer Mig Hidsig. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Tyggegummibanden. Track . Nu Går Det Løs Tyggegummibanden. Released: Jan 1974. Label: Parlophone Denmark. Jeg Elsker Dig. Det Eneste Jeg Har Lyst Til. Artist: Tyggegummibanden, Song: Det Eneste Jeg Har Lyst Til, Duration: 2:28, File type: mp3. Tyggegummibanden Det Eneste Jeg Har Lyst Til. Duration: 2:28 File type: mp3. Provided to YouTube by Parlophone Denmark Rock 'N' Roll No. 39159 Tyggegummibanden Banden 3 1977 Parlophone Music Denmark, a division of Warner Sara Blædel, Dorte Warnøe Høgh, Pernille Højmark, Anna is the sixth studio album by the British progressive rock band Family. Released in 1972, it was the second and last album to chart in the United States. The original album cover was die-cut in the shape of a Bush TV22 television set, with a black-and-white image of the band onscreen. Bandstand marked a notable change of direction for the band. Family's sound had become more mainstream and somewhat more conventional. By Roger Chapman's own admission, he and Charlie Whitney were getting more