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The Reducer

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The Reducer story started around 1999/2000 when 3 young boys from a small town in Sweden discovered rock n roll music. Kristoffer, Chris and Dave had been friends for a couple of years, as they went to the same primary school in their hometown Vimmerby, in Sweden. It started out as kind of joke, they couldn’t play any instruments, but rock n roll seemed like a fun way to get time going in their boring town. They would play and rehearse at their schools’ music-room after school. The other pupils at their school just laughed at them, and rightfully so, they where bad, really bad…

The laughter didn’t stop them though; they moved on to buy their on instruments and to get a rehearsal room in an old airbomb-shelter under a primary school in Vimmerby. They rehearsed almost every day after school, thrived on rock n roll. Back then after a couple of name changes they decided to call themselves “Perfect Addiction”, witch was just what the music was to them; room to breathe, to get their thoughts and anger, boredom and sexuality out to the public in music.

After two demos, Grande Rock and Lost it Long Ago, the group moved on musically, they scrapped the punkish blues rock n roll sound for a heavier stonerrock influenced groove, but still with a touch of their former style. They also hired a bass player, Junior (his real name is Petter). The “new band” named their first real demo Avispa en Espaci;, recorded at HMC studios in Hultsfred with a real studio technician and producer. The result was awesome.

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