|A||Pay The Piper
Lyrics By – Sten BoobergMusic By – Henrik Melin
|B||Come To Me
Lyrics By – Sten BoobergMusic By – Sten Booberg
Artist: Lolita Pop, Song: Pay The Piper, Duration: 4:17, File type: mp3. №1950414361. Lolita Pop A Song From Under The Floorboards. Lolita Pop Tid att gå.
Released by MNW Music AB Feb 2012. "source":4,"source id":"16806","object type":4,"id":"16806","title":"Lolita Pop","status":0}. Lolita Pop. other song details. Released On : Feb 15, 2012. Pay The Piper song from the album Blumenkraft is released on Feb 2012. The duration of song is 04:16. This song is sung by Lolita Pop. ay.
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4 Original Album - Студийный альбом от Lolita Pop. Вышел 2012г. В альбом вошло 44 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 02:00:30. – Wingbeats of the Night. 3. – Look for the White Horses. 4. – Hey Winner. 5. – Just a Goodbye. 6. – Invisible Man. 03:04. 7. – Calling in the Rain. 8. – Good Days. 9. – Tarzan on a Big Red Scooter. 10. – Love Poison.
Lolita Pop was a Swedish rock band from Örebro that was active 1979–1992. The band's core consisted of singer Karin Wistrand and guitarists Sten Booberg and Benkt Svensson (later Benkt Söderberg). Together, they wrote most of the music. Percussionist and saxophonist Per Eriksson is among the longest-serving members. Lolita Pop scored eight studio albums and about 800 performances in Sweden, Europe and the United States.
Artist: Lolita Pop. Album: Blumenkraft. Download Lolita Pop - Princess. Blumenkraft: Best 2 songs. Lolita Pop - Pay The Piper 04:17. Lolita Pop - Please Don't Cry 04:22. Lolita Pop: best 2 tracks. Lolita Pop - Salta diamanter Regn av dagar 1982 - 1990, 1993 03:16. Lolita Pop - Mind Your Eye Regn av dagar 1982 - 1990, 1993 03:57.
But this may be placing the cart before the horse; the more powerful sound may be merely a reflection of Pay the Piper's militancy. In the past, this has mostly been Lascelle Bulgin's preserve, and while Cecil Spence and Craig did stray in, the pair also offered up lighter-themed numbers. Some of the catchiest numbers are also the most militant - the sweet '60s Jamaican pop styling of "Exploitation," with just a tinge of "La Bamba" around the melody line; the anthemic early roots sound of "Systematical Fraud"; the bright and bouncy ska of the title track; the moody "Pop Off"; and Spence toasting his way across "Nuttin' Nah Bruk. The rest of the album is just as strong, and there isn't a single track that isn't a standout.