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All bubblegum pop, breakbeats, and xylophones, Friend I Once Had was a step forward from the fey gestures Club 8 had once been known for. The demure indie rock that had fertilized 1996's Nouvelle was given an acoustic disco makeover, and it gave the band a new level of credibility. Vocalist Karolina Komstedt was as sweet as ever, but it was Johan Angergård who seemed most responsible for the change, embedding a warmth into the album that borrowed equally from Vangelis, British strum'n'bass, and happy/sad Neil Tennant ballad construction. [This version of the album includes bonus material.]


Formed: 1995 in Sweden

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Formed in 1995, Club 8 became one of the pillars of Sweden's pop scene with a string of melodic, eclectic albums. Members Karolina Komstedt and Johan Angergård had previously worked together in the band Poprace, and their new group -- which began as a recording project before growing into a full-fledged touring band -- explored everything from bossa nova to trip-hop. Pop always remained at the center of Club 8's sound, though, and Angergård made additional contributions to Swedish music by helping...
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