Brainchild of ex-Army of Enthusiasts frontman Alexander Bard, the Swedish pop group Body Without Organs (better referred to as BwO) formed in 2003. The group arrived collectively when Martin Rolinski, a rugby player who’d produced waves like a finalist in Popstars, approached Bard through maker Anders Hansson. Bard latched onto Rolinski, asked Marina Schiptjenko (previously of Bard’s earlier task, Vacuum) along for the trip, and BwO had been given birth to. The group’s name was produced from the viewpoint of Gilles Deleuze, a French philosopher whom Bard (a lecturer of viewpoint himself) talked about in his 2000 publication Netocracy. You start with their 2004 debut, Prototype, BwO quickly increased to demi-stardom in Scandinavia and Eastern European countries; Prototype yielded seven Best 40 singles and proceeded to go platinum in Sweden. Their second recording, 2006’s Halcyon Times, went gold soon after it had been released, as well as the album’s initial one, “Temple of Appreciate,” shot to number 2 in the Swedish graphs. BwO performed at Melodifestivalen 2005 and 2006; they were able to reach the semifinals within their initial calendar year of competition, and then end up being trounced by fellow Swede Martin Stenmarck. The group released a cover of Alcazar’s “Conserve My Satisfaction” in early 2007, and a full-length record, Fabricator, was slated going to shops in Sweden afterwards that year.