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Fræbbblarnir - Viltu Bjór Væna? Album

Fræbbblarnir - Viltu Bjór Væna? Album Performer: Fræbbblarnir
Album: Viltu Bjór Væna?
Country: Iceland
Released: 27 Jul 1996
Style: Power Pop, Punk
Label: Smekkleysa
Genre: Rock
Catalog #: SME 6 CD
Size FLAC: 2059 mb.
Size MP3: 1736 mb.
Rating: 4.2/5
Votes: 140
Record Source: CD, Compilation


2Ítalía (Masturbation For The Future)1:48
320. September 19971:29
4Then I Kissed Her1:22
7Seasons In The Sun2:40
8Vinir (No Friends)2:24
9Gagn-rýn-endur (Critical Bullshit)2:04
11Í Nótt3:31
12Public Image2:16
15Í Nótt2:07
1620. September 19971:32
20Lover Please1:32
21Public Image1:41
22Níu Gata Tryllitæki1:37
23A Message To You, Rudy2:04
24Look Out1:44
26True Death1:40
27Summer Knights2:00
29Ég Og Þú1:59
30A Message To You, Rudy1:50
32Og Upp Rísa Iðjagrænir Fræbbblar1:57
33Belsen Was A Gas1:24
34Lover Please1:24
36False Death2:24
38Nekrófíll Í Paradís1:28


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneFræbbblarnir Viltu Bjór Væna? ‎(38xFile, MP3, Comp, RE, 320)FræbbblarnirnoneIceland2009
ICEPUNK003Fræbbblarnir 1980-1982 Recordings ‎(CDr, Comp, Unofficial)IcepunkICEPUNK003Unknown


Is basically the album "Villtu nammi væna" with the addition of the 7" singles "Bjór" (Tr. 19 to 22) and "False Death" (Tr. 24 to 26), out-takes from the recording of VNM (Tr. 23, 27 & 28) and some live recordings as a bonus (Tr. 29 to 38).


Fræbbblarnir were formed in Iceland in 1978 and released a number of records until they quit early in 1983. A punk-pop band playing short, melodic songs fast and raw, they were inspired by the Ramones, Clash, Stranglers, Jam, Sex Pistols, Damned, Alberto. Y Lost Trios Paranoias, Stiff Little Fingers, Undertones, Buzzcocks, Crass, Elvis Costello, Ian Dury and the rest of the early punk and New Wave scene, as well as 1960s bands like the Kinks and Troggs. They appeared in the documentary Rokk í Reykjavík, and the album Viltu nammi væna is regarded as a classic. Fræbbblarnir were the first punk band in Iceland and started around 1979, they are. This song Bjor Beer is about the fight for the right to drink beer which was forbidden. Fræbbblarnir- Viltu Nammi Væna 1980, öll platan, - Продолжительность: 32:46 Hörður Gabríel 14 free to Fræbbblarnir Viltu Bjór Væna Lover Please, Æskuminning and more. 38 tracks 72:23. Fræbbblarnir were formed in Iceland in 1978 and released a number of records until they quit early 1983. A punk, pop band in the happy-go-lucky sector of the punk era playing short, melodic songs fast and raw. The album Viltu nammi væna is already a classic. Its members continued playing on and off under various names until a compilation album was released by Smekkleysa Bad Taste in 1996 when the original name was reinstated. Fræbbblarnir's members on various releases were: on False Death - Valgarður, Stefán, Þorsteinn, Ríkharður, Dagný on Viltu nammi væna - Valgarður, Stefán, Steinþór, Tryggvi on Bjór - Valgarður, Stefán, Steinþór, Tryggvi, Arnór on Northern Lights Playhouse - Valgarður, Stefán, Steinþór, Tryggvi, Arnór on &qu. Fræbbblarnir albums sorted by date. Viltu bjór væna 2018. Dásamleg Sönnun Um Framhaldslíf. Fræbbblarnir Viltu Nammi Væna Etichetta: Rokkfræðsluþjónustan Rokk 001. Formato: Vinyl , LP, Album. Paese: Iceland. Fræbbblarnir - Æskuminning 2:12. Fræbbblarnir- Viltu Nammi Væna 1980, öll platan, 32:46. Aggiungi alla Lista. Viltu Bjór Væna. Disc IDs 0. Additional details. Type: Album Compilation. Status: Official. 2018 STEF. Legal Privacy Cookies About Ads. Bjór, 02:19. Critical Bullshit, 02:04. Now playing: . Losing My Religion. Listen to online Fræbbblarnir - Viltu Bjór Væna, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Buy Fræbbblarnir - Viltu Bjór Væna from authorized sellers. Released at: This album was released on the label Smekkleysa catalog number SME 6 CD. This album was released in 1996-07-27 year. Format of the release is. CD , Album. Date of Copyright: C 1996-07-27

Tracks 19-22 are different versions than those on the “Bjor” 7”. Different vocals and sung entirely in Icelandic.