Gyllene Tider reunited in 2004 to see what would happen and maybe record a single. Turned out they enjoyed recording so much they made a full album. Finn 5 fel! sold in excess of 260,000. A song recorded but not used on the album is Choklad, vanilj, jordgubb, later renamed Filmen om ditt liv. Finn 5 fel! was also supposed to have been accompanied by a new EP with four covers, but as one of the bands covered refused to have its song translated the EP was scrapped. One of the bands covered would have been The Human League . com – Elektroniska Tider has been online since October 1996.
In 1985 Gyllene Tider officially broke up. In the following years, however, a few Greatest hits albums were released and a number of reunions took place, in particular the immensely popular Återtåget tour of 1996. In 2004 the band celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary with the first new album, Finn 5 fel!, in 20 years and a big summer tour in July and August. The tour, called GT25, was a huge success, being the biggest tour in Scandinavia ever and the second largest of all time in the whole of Europe, gathering large crowds all over Sweden.
Finn 5 fel! Gyllene Tider. This album has an average beat per minute of 121 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 73/164 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Finn 5 fel! 1. En sten vid en sjö i en skog.
Gyllene Tider was released on 18 February 1980 and is the debut album from Swedish pop group Gyllene Tider. The album peaked at No. 1 on the Swedish albums chart and No. 27 on the Norwegian albums chart. Aa of July 1981, the debut has sold 150,000 copies in Sweden since its release. Side A. "Skicka ett vykort, älskling" ("Send Me a Postcard") (music by R. van Leeuven). Himmel no. 7". "Revolver upp". Flickorna på TV 2". "(Dansar inte lika bra som) Sjömän".
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Finn 5 fel! (English: Find 5 Errors!) is an album from Swedish pop group Gyllene Tider, released on 9 June 2004. The album stayed at in Sweden for six weeks. It was the first full studio album recorded by the group since 1984's The Heartland Café. The album was a critical and commercial success Finn 5 fel! Studio album by. He was once in the band Brainpool, where he started as a bass player and backing vocalist, but moved to play both the bass and the guitar. Brainpool won a Swedish Grammy in 1994 (best new band). He has also produced albums by Roxette, Per Gessle and Gyllene Tider and played bass and backing vocals in Roxette and participated in Gessle's solo projects (like "Have a Nice Day", "Mazarin", "Finn 5 fel!" and many others).