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Yep, this is from today’s HP interview, translated by the, as always, one-step-ahead RoxBlog. /P.


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According to a recent Hallandsposten interview with Per Gessle, Mr. G started writing songs for the upcoming Gyllene Tider album already last spring. There are appr. 20 new songs and the guys will start working on them in spring, when they record the album in France. Where in France? They keep it as a secret to avoid drones circulating around the studio. Haha. Per’s idea was to go back to a little “cleaner” sound that they had on the first two albums, remove the muscles they acquired in recent years.The album (no known working title yet) will be released before the tour. Christoffer will be the co-producer and there will also be a French assistant in the studio. Regarding the tour Per says that he and the other 4 Golden Guys were already talking about a 40th anniversary tour in 2013. Visually it will be a cool one and they will of course play their greatest hits, but the guys will sneak in some songs they haven’t played before, or at least not in modern times. Jan-Owe Wikström tells it’s logical to have the premiere gig in Halmstad, but how come it ends in Norway. Per’s reaction is his typical cryptical answer, “who knows…” /PP

The interview is available for subscribers only: http://www.hallandsposten.se/n%C3%B6je/musik/jag-b%C3%B6rjade-skriva-nya-gyllene-l%C3%A5tar-redan-i-v%C3%A5ras-1.12904850

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