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Laban is a synth pop duo from Denmark that was popular from the first to mid-’80s. Made up of Lecia Jönsson and Ivan Pedersen, the duo produced its documenting debut in 1982 using the one “Hvor Ska’ Vi Sove I Nat?,” a Danish-language remake of “Sar? Perché Ti Amo,” popular one with the Italian pop group Ricchi e Poveri that were popular throughout a lot of Traditional western European countries in 1981. The reputation of “Hvor Ska’ Vi Sove I Nat?” resulted in an eponymous full-length record debut on EMI, Laban (1982). Each successive season brought a fresh full-length discharge: Laban 2 (1983), Laban 3 (1984), Laban 4 (1985), Laban’s Bedste (1985), and Laban 5 (1987). An English-language edition of Laban 4, Captured by Shock (1986), premiered internationally and spawned the strike one “Appreciate in Siberia” (released in Danish as “Kold Som Can be”). Also, an English-language edition of Laban 5, Roulette (1987), premiered internationally, though it didn’t rival the achievement of its forerunner and resulted in the duo’s demise. In 1988 Laban split up, prompting the discharge from the English-language compilation Greatest Strikes that same season. Two decades afterwards, the double-disc compilation De 36 Bedste Narrestreger (2009) premiered to TOP achievement in Denmark.

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