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Last Match - 1997-1999 album mp3
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A1 Foot Tapper
A2 Glass To Pavement
A3 Red Carpet
A4 Heads Or Trails
A5 Key To Fit
A6 Papercuts
A7 Hammer For Skrewdriver
A8 Worst Crime
A9 Private Eye
Backing Vocals [Back-up Vocals], Guest [Crashed In] – Henrik Boman
A10 Fatlash
Backing Vocals, Guest [Guest Appearance] – Henrik Boman
A11 Pointless Noise
Bass – Lukas EckeskogDrums – Henrik Andersson Guitar – Jörgen BangVocals – Daniel Astgren
A12 Make More Noise
Written-By [Originally Done] – Demon System 13
B13 Missing Link
B14 The Mold
B15 Icecube Moment
Backing Vocals [Co-witchy Vocals] – Eckeskog*
B16 Before The Roof Falls In
B17 Purpose Lost
Other [Mysterious Appearance] – The Infamous Sawman
B18 Narrow
B19 Private Eye
Vocals [Guest Vocals], Guest [Guest Vocals] – Josefin Finér
B20 Alfredo And His Dog
B21 The Truth About Snakes
B22 Marionett Kedjor
Written-By [Originally Done] – Moderat Likvidation
B23 The Shit Will Never Hit The Fan

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  • Recorded At – SubSonic Studios
  • Recorded At – Eggshell Studio
  • Remixed At – Ear Studios, Uppsala


  • Band [Last Match Was], Bass – Jörgen Bang
  • Band [Last Match Was], Drums – Daniel Astgren
  • Band [Last Match Was], Guitar, Voice – Lukas Eckeskog
  • Band [Last Match Was], Voice, Lyrics By – Henrik Andersson
  • Layout [Uncredited] – Daniel Astgren
  • Photography By [Backcover Photo] – Svante Tidholm
  • Photography By [MRR Interview Photos] – Christoffer Pasanen*
  • Recorded By – Nisse* (tracks: A9 - A11, B1 - B4)
  • Remix [Re-mixed By] – Carl Vikman (tracks: A12, B17 to B23), Johan Folkesson (tracks: A12, B17 to B23)
  • Voice [Sample No.1] – Mattias Gustafsson
  • Voice [Sample No.2] – James Osterberg


Comes with a printed b/w booklet.

A1 to A8 recorded at The Subsonic September 97.
A9 to A11, B13 to B16 recorded in March 98 at the Eggshelf studio in Enköping.
A12, B17 - B23 recorded "at the final hours of the bands existence". Remixed a year later at EAR.

A1 - A8 originally released on Last Match - Last Match
A9 originally released on Various - Brand - 100 År Av Frihetlig Socialism
A12 released by Demon System 13 as hidden track on D.S.-13* - Vad Vet Vi Om Kriget?
B13 - B16 originally released on Last Match / Switchblade - Estocolmo, Nueventa, Yocho
A10, A11, B17 - B23 previously unreleased

In booklet:
11 [...]. Band members switch instruments and heads. Drummer on vocals, vocalist on drums, guitarist on bass and bassist on guitar. [...] Lyrics by Astgren.

Mr. Henrik Boman of dead and gone Yuppiecrusher
Guest vocals [...] of Josefin Finér of Burning Kitchen

Sample no.1: Mattias Gustafsson (courtesy of Hjölby sago-violence crew) caugh backstabbing Estocolmo emotrash. Sample no.2: James Osterberg caught in a world where money means anything and stupid journalists know nothing

SOUND VIRUS-03 on back and spine
SOUND VIRUS 03 on labels

Tracks listed sequentially in booklet. On back cover A5 is missing.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): HOPSCOTCH #15-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): HOPSCOTCH #15-B
  • Vudomuro
is this "kängpunk"?