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Steppeulvene - Hip (2015)

6-01-2016, 10:16
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Title: Hip
Year Of Release: 1967/2015
Label: Parlophone Music Denmark
Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Garage Rock
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Total Time: 01:12:35
Total Size: 281 MB


01. Dunhammeraften 05:23
02. Itsi-Bitsi 04:51
03. Til Nashet 05:23
04. Jensen 06:41
05. 0-0-0 05:00
06. Lykkens Pamfil 05:41
07. Kvinde Kom Ud 04:00
08. Kun For Forrykte 05:36
09. Itsi-Bitsi (Demo) 04:45

Bonus Tracks:
10. Intro Med Eik 00:33
11. Blod Nodlanding 06:30
12. Til Orion Teatret 01:31
13. Dunhammeraften (Demo) 04:50
14. Kys Fra Stig 00:18
15. Der Var Engang 05:33
16. Rifbjerg Reference 00:28
17. Til Nashet 03:41
18. Farvel 00:26
19. Farvel Holstebro 01:25

Eik Skaloe – Vocals
Stig Moller – Guitar
Soren Seirup – Bass, Harmonica
Preben Devantier – Drums

Steppeulvene (Danish language for The Steppe Wolves) was a Danish rock band which despite its short life has become the icon for the Danish hippie music scene. The name of the group was taken from the 1928 novel Steppenwolf by German Nobel laureate Hermann Hesse. Also in 1967, in California, the band Steppenwolf named itself after the novel.
Their only album Hip (1967) was the first rock album with original Danish lyrics, and has attained near-mythological status in the history of Danish rock.
The group was the result of a collaboration between lead singer Eik Skaloe, who had traveled in the Orient in the early 1960s and wrote the Bob Dylan-inspired, highly symbolic and almost surreal lyrics, and Stig Moller (guitar, vocal), who wrote the drawling, psychedelic, folk-influenced music. The other members were Soren Seirup (bass) and Preben Devantier (drums).
A tour in October 1967 came to a chaotic end when a concert was cut short by the police and the group members were arrested for cannabis use. Shortly after being released, Eik Skaloe went on a journey to Afghanistan/Nepal (on the so-called "hippie trail") and was found dead outside the city of Ferozepore near the Indian/Pakistani border in October 1968, apparently after a drug-induced suicide. Back in Denmark the rest of the group attempted to carry on, but, lacking the characteristic Skaloe as a front figure, quickly dissolved.

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