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Spärhusen, the so-called “almost greatest band from Sweden” were almost at the top of their game when their plane the “Swedish Fish” crashed on July 25, 1974.  For 35 years fans have wondered what might have been.

Well, wait no longer, because Spärhusen is back and in a far-reaching conversation with Figment News, keyboardist Olf Nystrom brought us up to date on band’s past, present and future.

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Spärhusen is a mock-u-mentary web series from actress-writer-producer Ileana Douglas, and co-creators/co-stars Rob Mailhouse and Todd Spahr airing on My Damn Channel.   The program also co-stars Keanu Reeves and Wallace Langham.

In addition to the web series, Spärhusen’s long-awaited album, “The Best of Spärhusen”, will be available on iTunes and MyDamnChannel this fall.  You can also follow Spärhusen on Twitter and Facebook.

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So if you’re looking for more fake band inspiration make sure you watch Spärhusen!

2 Responses to “Spärhusen – Almost the Greatest Band from Sweden”

  1. Javdoc Says:

    Wow, some startling revelations and deep insights here. Good stuff!

  2. Larry Cummings Says:

    Very good interview. Fun stuff and an inspiration to every Figment band. Thank YOU for the clap!

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