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Famlende Forsøk

Famlende Forsøk
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Famlende Forsøk is an experimental band formed in 1981 by Dave "Lumpy Davy" Jørgensen and Robert "Brt" Ommundsen, who were joined later by Hans Petter "ChrispH" Ristøl. The band, based in Oslo, currently also features Cato "K2" Langnes. Lumpy Davy is also a member of The Smell of Incense.
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Famlende Forsøk — One Night I Had a Frightful Dream Famlende Forsøk — One Night I Had a Frightful Dream
(September Gurls SGLP 33, 2002, CD)
Famlende Forsøk — Return of Monster Attack Famlende Forsøk — Return of Monster Attack
(Subculture 055, 1996/2017, DL)

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