The Wannadies were an alternative rock band formed in 1988 in Skellefteå, northern Sweden. The band's initial line-up featured Pär Wiksten (vocals, guitars), Christina Bergmark (born 1 March 1963) (keyboards, vocals), Stefan Schönfeldt (born 5 June 1965) (guitars) and his younger brother Fredrik Schönfeldt (bass) with Gunnar Karlsson (drums) and Björn Malmquist (violin).
Redirected from The Wannadies (album)). The Wannadies is the début album by the Swedish alternative rock band The Wannadies. It was released in 1990 and reached number twenty-six on the Swedish Albums Chart. The Wannadies includes the singles "My Home Town", "Heaven" and a new recording of the lead song from their début release Smile EP; "The Beast Cures the Lover".
The Wannadies : The Wannadies,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. 11. Beast Cures the Lover. 12. Children of the Revolution. Other productions from The Wannadies.
The Wannadies Tracklist.
The nearly nine-minute closer, "That's All," is the most hypnotic tune which can be found on the album. All over it's another great Wannadies album. The package includes a 4-page booklet with pictures and lyrics.
Band, Vocals, Guitar – Pär Wiksten. Design – Lars Sundh, Stefania Malmsten. Produced for Metro Tube Productions Ltd except track 6 co-produced for Stephen Budd Management. Recorded at Electric Lady, First Take, Chateau de la Rouge Motte, Abbey Road, The Treehouse, Townhouse & Mayfair Studios. Mixed at Sound On Sound, Electric Lady & Townhouse Studios. Assistant engineers: Michael Tocci at Electric Lady, Zach Wind at Sound On Sound, Guy Massey & Richard Linehan at Abbey Road, Andy Green at Townhouse Studios, Darren Nash at Mayfair Studios, David Hegelmeyer at First Take & Mathieu Clouard at Chateau de la Rouge Motte.
The Wannadies is an album by Swedish band The Wannadies. It was released in 1997 as their first album for the US market, seven years after their debut in Sweden. It is based on the band's fourth album Bagsy Me, also released in 1997