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Stilmord (Swe)

Stilmord (Swe)
Band Info
Punk / Powerpop / Rock / Melodic Rock
Sweden (

Täby, Stockholm

Earyl 80's - 1983 (changed name)
Official Website
Staffan Öfwerman - Vocals, Keyboard (Rabalder, Roxette, The Breeze, Nattugglorna,  Zzaj, Suzzies Orkester, Grand Pop Station)
Rolf "Rock'n Rolf" Lindkvist - Guitar (Rabalder)
Lars-Olov "Lasse" Mertner - Guitar (Rabalder (guest), TTF (guest), Monica Törnell)
Björn "H.T.B.M." Wennerberg - Bass (Rabalder, Oddjob)
Linus "C." Torell - Drums (Rabalder)
Helge Rån - Backing Vocals (Rabalder)
Former / Past Members
Mattias Torell - Vocals (Svullo, Orup, Olle Ljungström, Robyn, Pernilla Wahlgren, Lisa Nilsson, Titiyo, LeMarc mfl)
Johan Melbi - Vocals
Sture Kavéus - Guitar (The Weed)
Kurt Karåss - Mouth?
Stilmord was a Swedish power-pop band formed in Täby near Stockholm in the early 80s. They got their band name from the album Talmannen by the Swedish comedian Kalle Sändare, who was well known for recording his telephone jokes with unknown people. On this album he mentioned the name Armand Stilmord (Armand Stylemurder), and the group liked it so much that they took it as their own name. Stilmord got their recording contract when they were competing in a rock contest at the club Underground in Stockholm with the artists Yngwie Malmsteen and Orup.

The first single "Det Spelar Ingen Roll (Rock'n'roll)" was a hit and it even was used as a jingle for the Swedish rock radio show Eldorado. Later the same year, 1982, Stilmord released a second single "Förbjuden Kärlek" for the same label, Polar. After this they changed record labels to Gazell and at the same time changed their name to RABALDER. The third single release "Dina Ögon" was no success and sold only 17 copies. They continued as a band for a year longer but changed style to funk music inspired by Level 42.

Staffan Öfwerman was later a musician for other Swedish groups such as Roxette and Suzzies Orkester.
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