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Royal wedding speach
Krofta Engineering, Lennox Research, Part 4 of 4
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Informed Swede Discussion
@Kraznor & Buckybit U r ghey.
You're right, sorry Mr. Davis, not trying to be scary. I'm going to retroactively delete that post,future readers just know that buckybit's words are rational and have a context.
@ Kraznor - please, don-t make them feel uncomfortable. The distance between 'us' - the audience - and the Boo-Tang-Clan needs to be upheld, for their own sake. They need the playground to entertain us, without having to really communicate with the 100s and 1000s they are reaching beyond fan-letter responses. Enjoy what you get. Expect nothing. Reflect upon it. For me, the GB-crew is entertainment. Having said that, the temptation to buy an iPhone to release my own vignettes grows every minute. Damn internets!
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Trying to find a hotel this Christmas
Johan Romin is a producer for UR - Sweden's National TV Network. He was in College Park on assignment when I caught up with him. We're talking about a documentary they are working on for fall, 2011.
Swedish Chef does disco
Malmo is just one of about a dozen Swedish cities where dancing at lunchtime occasionally replaces a sandwich hurriedly eaten at a desk o...
Dolmabahce Palace Istanbul, Eze France, Vasaloppet Skiing Race Sweden & Paris January Sales
Eurovision Song Contest on the radio
NM073: Little Dragon - Klapp Klapp
The Swedish quartet strike again. Our first taste of fourth album Nabuma Rubberband, Klapp Klapp sees Yukimi soar over thick hazey synt...
Doesn't sounds like the stereotype to me.
I have to agree with @kenrg about the American music stereotype...I have a friend from Russia who thinks all Americans listen to country music. I happen to live in the rural midwest where that's more or less true (certainly not for me though!). Not all stereotype of music are bad. The Swedish thing really is true in a lot of way...but it certainly does export a lot of influential, well-crafted pop music, doesn't it? Good boo!
I think you have a point. You don't want to live on a diet of Swedish meatballs, but they do make a nice treat from time to time ;^) Stereotypes of American music? "We got both kinds of music. Country AND Western!"
Volvos, blondes, IKEA (including ridiculously cheap food) and gorgeous chocolate! Those are the pictures Sweden puts in my head. As for musically Sweden means ABBA to me (which isn't always a good thing) although more recently there were a couple of Swedish producers who masterminded young Miss Spears' rise to fame with piano punctuated pop. The UK on the other hand musically means The Beatles and various unwashed rockers... I struggle to find too much musical inspiration from our otherwise beautiful Island :)