Lambretta was a Swedish pop/rock and roll band who all scored a small number of Euro strikes in the late ’90s and early 2000s. They produced in Skaraborg in 1993 because the trio of Anders Eliasson (electric guitar), Petter Lantz (bass), and Tomas Persic (drums); lead vocalist Linda Sundblad, for whom they’re best appreciated, didn’t sign up for until many years later, overtaking from Eliasson on vocals after getting recommended for the work by her father, an archive shop owner. Their 1999 debut LP, Breakfast time, spawned a big radio hit using the poppy “Blow My Fuses,” the video that they were honored a Swedish Grammy. Though that they had previously constructed all their very own materials, their self-titled second record included several music written on their behalf by famed hitmaker Potential Martin, included in this “Creep” and “Bimbo,” which became their largest strike, spending eight weeks within the Swedish TOP. These songs, as well as the album generally, acquired a markedly harder, metal-tinged audio than their debut, prefiguring the rockier design that could characterize Martin’s afterwards productions for Kelly Clarkson (“BECAUSE YOU Been Eliminated”), the Veronicas, and Marion Raven, amongst others. 2004’s The Combat was their hardest-rocking, most intense album however, but despite Martin’s do it again involvement with many tracks (like the one “Get rid of Me”), it wasn’t quite as effective, and it became their last. Following the band split up in 2005, Petter Lantz and Marcus Nowak (who got changed Persic on drums for the ultimate album) shaped Psych Onation with a fresh woman vocalist, Vilaivon Hagman, while Sundblad released an auspicious single career using the ’80s-affected dance-pop of Oh My God.