Totalitär

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Totalitär is a Swedish hardcore punk band formed in 1984-1985 in Hudiksvall. The band plays in the style of D-beat and hardcore punk.

The original members were Poffen, Lanchy, Andreas and Lennart. The drummer Spennart joined the band in 1985 but quit during the summer of 1986. The band had shared members with Brainbombs among others. Jörgen and Jesper from the two-piece band TGU were in the band between 1987 and 1989 before leaving to form the punk band The Kristet Utseende.

The band went on a hiatus in 1994, Finn Records proposed reforming the band with the resulting album Sin Egen Motståndare, their first full-length studio album.[1] Until 2000, the band record studio materials but rarely played live. It disbanded in 2000. The band also had a fanzine called Antisystem.

In 2006, and after 6 years without recording sessions, they returned to the studio releasing the album Vi Är Eliten.[2]

Members[edit]

  • Poffen - vocals
  • Andreas - bass
  • Lanchy - guitar
  • Jallo Lehto - drums
Previous members
  • Jörgen - guitar
  • Jesper - drums

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 1994: Sin egen motståndare
  • 1997: Ni måste bort
  • 1999: Sin egen motståndare
  • 2000: Ni måste bort
  • 2007: Vi är eliten
Compilations
  • 2004: Wallbreaker 1986-1989

EPs[edit]

  • 1986: Snabb livsglädje (demo)
  • 1987: Multinationella mördare
  • 1987: Luftslott
  • 1989: Vänd dig inte om
  • 1991: Snabb livsglädje
  • 1998: Klass inte ras
  • 1998: Vansinnets historia
  • 1999: Dom lurar oss
  • 2002: Allting är på låtsas
  • 2002: Spela bort allt du har
  • 2006: Vi är eliten

Split albums[edit]

  • 1993: split cassette album with G-ANX - Descarga escandinava
  • 1995: split LP with Dismachine
  • 1999: split EP with Autoritär
  • 2001: split LP with Disclose
  • 2002: split EP/MCD with Dropdead
  • 2003: split EP with Tragedy

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