The ImpsThe Imps
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Sida A: I don’t wanna be like you / Rape Me / Desperate Teenagers / Dance With Me / Walking out on love / Take my hand / Sex Appeal
Sida B: Downtown / End of the night / Depression of my own / Land of stone / World without love / Bow Wow Wow Girl / Going Wild
The Imps were
Anders Gustawsson: Vocals
Kai Honkonen: Guitar
Jonas Köhler: Guitar (A3-B7)
Magnus Blücher: Bass
Christer Kilgren: Drums
All songs by Gustawsson & Honkonen, except A5 by Paul Collins, B1 by Tony Hatch and B7 by Gustawsson, Honkonen & Köhler.
A1-A2 Live at Nacka IP 1980 A3-B2 Recorded at the rehearsal room, Orminge, 1981 B3-B5 Recorded at Decibel Studios, Stockholm, 1980 B6-B7 Recorded at CTR-Studio, Saltsjö-Duvnäs, 1981. Produced by Christer Åkerberg.
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The Imps story
The Imps started in 1977 when Ramones and Sex Pistols released their albums. All of a sudden musical skills wasn’t so damn important. None of us had any musical experience since before. But we were full of energy and determined to start a band. We were only 15 years old and still students, so we had to take extra jobs to afford the equipment. Most of it we stole. The first PA was the speakers and sound system from a football stadium. Somehow we managed to get it all together and started rehearsing in the basement of a school. In the beginning we mostly did a lot of covers with as few chords as possible. Three or four chords was enough to write a song. Ramones was the proof of that. We played our first gig at a school party in Fisksätra, a surburb to Stockholm. The room was packed with kids when we started.
It was so fucking loud the windows were shaking and when we finished our last song after 30 minutes there were only ten people left in the room. But those ten loved us. The band got better and better and we gigged all around Stockholm. In 1981 we opened for Dead Kennedys at a place called Underground in Stockholm. The band made two demo recordings before we called it a day in 1982.
Vällingby, January 2022.
|Dimensioner||305 × 305 × 1 mm|
12" LP, 33⅓ rpm