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Posted: Fri, 2005-04-15 21:16

To make a long, but amusing, story short: I'm looking for a band in Copenhagen. They consist of icelanders and play polka punk.
Wednesday they played a song outside the laundromat café for an icelandic tv-show that will air on saturday.

Anyway, I promised to make it short:
I was there and the one song ruled, I wanna check them out but haven't got their name. I can't find them on google.

So, do you know a band in Copenhagen. They consist of icelanders and play polka punk?

//Pernille
- soon in Iceland

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Posted: Fri, 2005-04-15 21:19

<--- see that pic?

That's the house I'll live in in Iceland!

I know that this thread isn't dad related (yet), I just hoped some fellow d-a-d fans have heard about the band I am looking for.

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Posted: Sat, 2005-04-16 15:29

hmm....If it's the genre "ska" your reffering to, you know with saxe's and tromtets and regaee guitar I might be able to help you out...Is it such a band?

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Posted: Sat, 2005-04-16 18:18

You'll have to give me some more ínformation I'm pretty sure I can help you out...

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Posted: Wed, 2005-04-20 21:51

I don't think they're ska.
I've only seen/heard them perform one song. It didn't sound ska. But don't judge a band by it's cover Smiley-laugh

But thanks, anyway, for the help I know you'd give if you could Smiley

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Posted: Wed, 2005-04-20 21:53

It was the typical drums, bass, guitar and a hot singer occassionally >sp?< a horn!

"Horn, that gotta be ska" I hear you say. But no, not "a ska horn". It was a curly old horn... Reminded me of a mating call. Not that I'm in heat or anything Smiley-laugh