Blue for Two

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Blue for Two
Origin Gothenburg, Sweden
Genres Alternative rock
Years active 1984 until 1998, 2012-2016
Members Freddie Wadling
Henryk Lipp

Blue for Two was a Swedish alternative pop / rock duo that started in Gothenburg in 1984 of Freddie Wadling (vocals) and Henryk Lipp (songwriter, synthesizers etc.).


The debut album was the self-titled Blue for Two (1986).[1] The band became very popular and one of the main bands in the Swedish alternative scene in the 1980s. For their live performances, they were often accompanied by Sator guitarist Chips Kiesbye. The band was most active in the 1980s and the 1990s.

Blue for Two made a comeback with the album Tune the Piano, Hand Me a Razor in 2012 reaching No. 18 in the Swedish Albums Chart.



Year Album Peak chart positions
1986 Blue for Two
1988 Songs from a Pale and Bitter Moon 43
1992 Search & Enjoy 23
1994 Earbound
1997 Moments 59
2012 Tune the Piano and Hand Me a Razor 18


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