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Among Sweden’s more obscure entries in to the 1980’s hard rock and roll scene, Stockholm’s Garbage featured vocalist Tony Roy Taylor, guitarists Mike “Mojo” Mocadem and Gene Ball, bassist Pete “PJ” Jaegerhult, and drummer Rudy “Runner” Fluch. Apparently motivated by both Hanoi Stones and AC/DC, the quintet debuted in amazing style with 1983’s underground traditional Watch Out, after that followed it a year or two later using the Atlantic Records-released, Potential Norman-produced Burnin’ Rock and roll opus. But, though it resulted in a U.S. tour to get Bon Jovi and Keel, and presented a new tempo section comprising Muppet-named bassist Cay Coda and drummer Henrik “Hempo Bobo” Hilden, Burnin’ Rock and roll ultimately proved much less successful compared to the big weapons now buying the band anticipated. Trash actually managed to get so far as beginning the sessions because of their proposed third record (to become produced in NY by Eddie Kramer) before instantly breaking up, but its associates went on to take pleasure from domestic achievement with many Swedish rings in old age.

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