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Electric Psalmbook

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Album Review

BigBang's first official album release is a fairly varied affair, ranging from the jangly, late-'60s pop of opener "Wild Bird," to the gutsy blues-rock of "How Do You Do?," and the tender soulful ballad "In Love With You." There are several great songs on this album, no doubt, but the production is rather unimaginative and plain. Greni is a gifted songwriter and a fine guitarist, but as a singer, he is somewhat limited and sometimes sounds like he tries to emulate a Delta bluesman without really succeeding. Still, this is a good album. The instrumental workout "Major Pronin" gives the listener a taste of their great playing skills, and "Long Distance Man," a Neil Young-ish ballad, finds them at their most thoughtful.

Biography

Formed: 1992 in Oslo, Norway

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Bigbang is a chart-topping Norwegian pop/rock band that made its album debut in 1995, broke through to mainstream success in 2000 with the Top Five hit single "Girl from Oslo," and remained steadily popular in the years that followed. Formed in 1992 by Øystein Greni (vocals, guitar), Erik Tresselt (bass), and Christer Engen (drums), the band underwent numerous lineup changes over the years. Amid the changes, Bigbang remained a trio led by Greni, the band's songwriter, with Olaf Olsen (drums) and...
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