Probably one of the most successful rock and roll clothes in Norwegian background, the Raga Rockers were formed in 1982 after innovator Michael Krohn, a drummer in punk music group Kjott, was rejected in his efforts to create a heavier rock and roll impact to his then-current music group. You start with 1983’s Come back from the Raga Rockers, the music group built an enormous pursuing in Norway, having a audio influenced heavily from the Ramones and fresh wave noises of your day. Carrying out a string of effective albums, the music group announced their result in 1991. Having a four-year farewell concert series, the group eventually continued to be un-retired and came back to recording using the comeback recording Perler for Svin. Disappearing from your scene once again in 2000 (purportedly linked to the loss of life of friend Jokke from Jokke & the Valentines), the music group just resurfaced in 2005, though Krohn continuing recording with part projects. The music group released Ubermensch to #1 1 status around the Norwegian graphs in 2007.