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Pogo Pops

Pogo Pops
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Norway
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Pogo Pops (established in 1987 under the name of The Doomsville Boys) is a pop rock band from Bergen, Norway. The band split up in 1996 after four albums, but reformed in 2006. The group consists of Frank Hammersland (vocals, bass), Viggo Krueger (guitar, vocals), and Nicolai Hamre (drums).
Photo by Anne-Marie Forker, courtesy of Apollon Records
Website
http://pogopops.bandcamp.com
Related articles (1)
Releases on file (3)
Pogo Pops — Love Is the Greatest Compass Pogo Pops — Love Is the Greatest Compass
(Apollon Records APO18, 2017, LP)
Pogo Pops — Crash Pogo Pops — Crash
(Apollon Records APR004, 1993/2015, LP+CD)
Pogo Pops — Pop Trip Pogo Pops — Pop Trip
(Apollon Records APR003, 1992/2017, CD)

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