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|Single by Kukl|
|from the album The Eye|
|B-side||"Pökn (Fyrir Byrjendur)"|
|Kukl singles chronology|
"Söngull" was the first single by Icelandic group Kukl, released in September 1983 by the Gramm label solely in Iceland. "Söngull" (sung in Icelandic) later appeared in an English-language version (with bells replacing the guitar intro) called "Dismembered" on the band's debut album, The Eye, a year later. B-side "Pökn (Fyrir Byrjendur)" means "Punk (For Beginners)". The single has not been reissued.
- Björk (Björk Guðmundsdóttir) – vocals
- Einar Ørn (Einar Örn Benediktsson) – vocals and trumpet
- Guð.Krist. (Guðlaugur Kristinn Óttarsson) – electric guitar
- Birgir (Birgir Mogensen) – bass guitar
- Tryggur (Sigtryggur Baldursson) – drums
- Takkar and Segull – "kjartan-kjarton"
- Giðar – "mitsirk rúkúk" (track B)
|02||Pökn (Fyrir Byrjendur)||2:20|