Maybe the 2 the best hardcoreband of all time. So we started out as this. I, Tommy Paper was all fucked up in my mind cause I abused coke and acid at that time. It was a crazy age.
But I took my guitar with me on all trips so I could write the stuff we now are playing. One big trip that created HETGET was very important. I was driving in my cab along the streets in gotland and suddeleny saw a guy standing next to the road. That was Kenny.
He was a Tomb Raider and had just raped 12 women in gotland. He wanted to get out of there and make a new start in his life so I plucked him up and we drove back to Gothenburg were I was living at that time. I told Kenny that I played guitar and we stayed up a lot of nights just talking about the grungemovement and Kurt Cobain. His death had effected both of us and we wanted to salute the grungemovement so we decided one night in 1994 to create the new grungemovement so Kenny started to play bass and I continued playing guitar.
We wrote 3 songs in that time. Roaring Duck, Twist and Life in the bottle. Later on in 1996 we met a drummer on one of the trips. His name was Jebus Jones.
His was so fascinating I wrote a song about him and it became very well on our first EP (which came out 2006). The story about that thing. That we didnt make any records before. We wanted to be so underground as possible so we never make records.
We just played live. We were very popular in the south. Then 2001 we broke up. Kenny Tomb Raider did get a feltändning sorry.
But we came back 2004 and decided to release a record with the songs we found from the old ages. We found 2 records of two songs. Roaring Duck (one of our first songs!) and Piece of Cake (the first song with Jebus Jones!). It was an amazing time and i loved it.
Later on after like some gigs we decided to make our first EP. It was called Prologue and came out in 2006 (back in the days). We're sorry that we hadno drummer on the records but Jebus was just so wasted that he couldnt play. But he was there allright!! Well well.
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