Swedish hard rock and roll act Easy Actions formed in the first 80s, with the initial line-up comprising Zinny J. Zan (b. Bo Stagman, Sweden; vocals), Kee Marcello (b. Kjell Hilding Lövbom, 20 Feb 1960, Ludvika, Sweden; acoustic guitar), Danny Wilde (acoustic guitar), Alex Tyrone (b. Peo Thyren; bass), and Freddie Von Gerber (drums). They produced their saving debut in 1983 with a robust self-titled collection that mostly appeared to US radio rock and roll for its motivation. The album found the interest of Sire Information and was re-released the next year with a fresh cover and somewhat changed tracklisting, and with Wilde changed by Chris Lynn (b. Christoffer Lind, Sweden) in the credits. Nevertheless, the music group was slipped by Sire due to disappointing sales, plus they transferred to the indie KGR Information with Tommy Nilsson (b. 11 March 1960, Sweden) earned as an alternative for the departing Zan and Tyrone. WHICH MAKES One (1986) noticed them adopt more sophisticated elements like the ‘sleaze rock and roll’ of Hanoi Rocks, but general, the record didn’t gel as successfully as their debut. When Marcello still left the band to become listed on platinum-sellers European countries, Easy Actions foundered. Marcello and Zan revived the music group in 2006, playing several live celebrations and time for the studio room to record a fresh album.