Ebbot Lundberg (vocals) and Bjorn Olsson (acoustic guitar) were founders from the wildly exciting Swedish music group Union Carbide Productions, which recorded many albums that mixed Captain Beefheart and punk (think that Stooges) to wonderful impact in the past due ’80s. Ultimately Ian Person became a member of Union Carbide Productions on acoustic guitar. By this aspect, nevertheless, Lundberg was getting influenced by Like and other past due-’60s psych-pop rings and was steering the music group in this path, causing friction inside the music group. After many albums with this fresh path, Union Carbide Productions imploded, as well as the bandmembers proceeded to go in their personal directions. Lundberg, Olsson, and Person reunited in 1995 and began the music group the Soundtrack in our Lives, which mines the ’60s psych vein in exclusive, unstable, and interesting methods. Never sounding just like a vintage work, the Soundtrack in our Lives is really a completely modern music group that is in fact extending ’60s styles and ideas with techniques that works from that point never thought. The Homo Habilis Blues EP premiered in 1996, accompanied by the full-length Thanks for visiting the newborn Freebase that same yr, and Olsson remaining the touring facet of the music group to the additional members (he continued to be an integral part of the music group within the studio room, while keeping his personal solo profession). Focus on a second recording commenced in 1998, as well as the music group released Prolonged Revelation for the Psychic Weaklings of Traditional western Civilization past due that year. The brand new millennium discovered the Soundtrack in our Lives with an American agreement through Universal’s Republic subsidiary, which released 2001’s Behind the Music and 2005’s Source, Vol. 1. This is accompanied by the intensive multi-disc retrospective Present from days gone by in 2006 as well as the EP Reward Future Excerpts Compact disc in 2008, along with the singles “Excitement Me” b/w “Swim Just like a Parrot (THAT ONE HASN’T Flown)” and “Utopia” b/w “Only a Sibling.” Also in 2008, the Soundtrack in our Lives released the stellar dual record Communion, which made an appearance on Yep Roc in america. The one “Karmageddon” followed this year 2010 being a precursor to 2011’s Golden Greats No. 1, another compilation that included EP, one, and album monitors from through the entire band’s recorded background. In the first summer months of 2012, the Soundtrack in our Lives issued a fresh full-length within the 13-monitor Throw It towards the Universe.