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Ready Steady (Swe)

Ready Steady
Band Info
Hard Rock / Heavy Metal
Sweden (


? - 1987
Björn Lodin - Vocals (Six Feet Under, Rainfall, Bedlam, Gathering Freak, Swedish Metal Aid, Vision (Fin), Mattsson, Balls, Baltimoore, Krokus, Astral Groove, H.A.R.D.)

Mikael "Micke" Höglund - Bass (Tryckvåg, Sin City, The Kristet Utseende, Neocori, Great King Rat, Gagarin, Beautiful Grey, Alfonzetti, Jekyll & Hyde, Punchline, Inte Bara Kaviar, Gurkornas Undergång, El Donaldoz, Hurra!, Thunder, Audiovision)

Thomas "Tom P." Broman - Drums (TryckvågSin City, Great King Rat, Electric Boys, Amaze Me, Grymlings, Flower Hogs, El Donaldoz, Hurra!, Michael Schenker, Send No Flowers, Winterville, Brazen Abbot, Firebird, Audiovision, Silver Ginger 5, Ginger, Humanimal, John Norum, Mikael Rickfors, Conny Bloom, Magnus Lindberg, Mats Ronander, Joe Lynn Turner, Brian Robertson Band, Glenn Hughes, JJ Marsh, HTP, MSG)
A 3 piece act featuring SIX FEET UNDER vocalist Björn Lodin + TRYCKVÅG members Micke Höglund and Thomas Broman. The band was working on their debut album but got problems with the label and nothing came out of it. Björn was later offered a solo deal and took it. They split around 1987 and Björn started BALTIMOORE.

John Norum later covered their song "Good Man Shining".

Baltimoore Info:
Baltimoore came about in 1987, after Björn, then a member of the band Ready Steady (Thomas Broman/Electric Boys, Mikael Höglund/Thunder) had the plug pulled on an incomplete recording project by Electra, at the time Scandinavia’s largest record company. Electra offered Björn a contract as a solo artist. Björn says, "Calling the project "Baltimoore" instead of "Björn Lodin" was an idea born mostly out of fear." New songs were written with, among others, Thomas Larsson guitar (Glenn Hughes) a former band mate of Björn's in Six Feet Under 1981-'84. The release dragged on, but finally in the Spring of ´89, "There's No Danger On the Roof" (Electra) saw the light of day. The title was a quote from Ingemar Johansson's answer to the question of how he thought his match against Floyd Patterson would go. Swedish sentences translated to english doesn't always work... Do you feel again it? Of course some of the wankers didn't get it and had to comment... "I even do that in lyrics sometimes "
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