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Sweden (2004 – 2010)

Bodies Without Organs is a Swedish electro pop group, formed in 2004. Since early 2006 they have usually been presented under the shortened name BWO. In Sweden they have enjoyed considerable commercial success throughout their career, so far notching up 13 Top 40 singles, including a Number 1 with “Temple of Love”, and four Top 10 albums including a Number 1 with Halcyon Days, and have won several major Swedish music awards. In the mid 00s, they had significant chart success in several Eastern European countries including Finland, Ukraine and Russia, and in 2008 some moderate success in the United Kingdom, Greece, Switzerland, Germany, Norway and Denmark.

Alexander Bard, whose previous music projects had included Army of Lovers, Vacuum and Alcazar, started work on a new project during 2003, working with the record producer Anders Hansson who became the band’s co-producer. They auditioned over 35 different vocalists before meeting former Popstars contestant Martin Rolinski who was duly chosen as lead singer. Marina Schiptjenko, an art-dealer and a one-time member of Vacuum, then came on board as the third member of what became Bodies Without Organs [2].
There was initially a suggestion that the band would be a four-piece including Jean-Pierre Barda from Army of Lovers, but this did not come to fruition

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