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9 thoughts on “ Bubbi* - Blús Fyrir Rikka (Cassette, Album)
  1. Shazshura says:
    Icelandic record label started by Ásmundur Jónsson and Einar Örn (of Purrkur Pillnikk [1st release on Gramm], Kukl and, more notably, Sugarcubes fame). Gramm eventually grew into Smekkleysa or Bad Taste, but not before releasing some of the most formidable releases and collectors' gems such as Psychic TV, a tribute cassette for Leonard Cohen.
  2. Nigar says:
    Personal life. Bubbi was born in Reykjavík to a Danish mother and a half-Norwegian father. Bubbi is a common nickname for Ásbjörn. He developed a strong addiction to cocaine and alcohol in his youth, later in life he became an advocate for sobriety and addiction prevention. In he published the poetry book Rof about the sexual abuse he was a victim of as a child.
  3. Meztigul says:
    Spor HF Nýbýlavegur 4 P.O. Box Kópavogur [l] Label. Edit Label.
  4. Vok says:
    Songtexte von Bubbi Morthens mit deutschen Übersetzungen, Lyrics, Liedtexte und Musik-Videos kostenlos auf zietucongletikuvenispendnacolke.coinfo
  5. Samugami says:
    The album was an enormous commercial success and its follow-up, Dögun (Dawn), released in , was the biggest selling album in Bubbi’s career. He further consolidated his status in with the release of his critically acclaimed album Sögur af landi (). Bubbi had long wanted to record a Spanish or South-American style album and that.
  6. Jugami says:
    Albúm: Blús Fyrir Rikka (Diskur 2) | Flytjandi: Bubbi Morthens | Ár:
  7. Douhn says:
    click on the album covers to see bubbi morthens lyrics inside the album. Regnbogans stræti [] Túngumál [] Dögun (Sérútgáfa) [] Ný spor (Sérútgáfa) [] Sögur [] Kona (Sérútgáfa) Blús fyrir Rikka [] Kona [] Ný Spor [] Línudans [] Fingraför (Sérútgáfa) [] Plágan (Special.
  8. Kajijas says:
    Bubbi Morthens discography and songs: Music profile for Bubbi Morthens, born 6 June
  9. Mausar says:
    Bubbi Morthens recorded his first solo album in , a blend of rock, blues and reggae, and published it the following year with the title of "Ísbjarnarblús" which led him to popularity in Iceland due to influences of Iggy Pop and other artists, the changes of music styles during the recording sessions, but particularly due to the lyrics as.

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