The seven piece orchestra 50hertz, armed with toy synthesizers and an overdose of twisted humour are storming our bandwith, impossible to ignore and horrible to behold.
You will never be able to figure out what 50 hertz’s next step is so you better go with the flow and listen to what they have to say…or play.
They have a big, black synthesizer called “the mastermind” and they are wellknown for causing a riot when on stage. At the hultsfred festival 2004 this band showed up with a magician and prerecorded football-comme tary dialog, at the emmaboda festival 2004 with an electronic toy store samba version of Johnny cash´s “Ring of fire”.
They also showed up on björks fullength charity album “army of remixes”. …and now they are turning their red, evil eyes towards Candy Mind.
2. THE MEXICAN GOSPEL FIRE SOULS
Honouring their Mexican ancestors, 50hertz tells us a beautiful story about the brave Gospel Fire Souls from Guadalajara who ferociously fought and terrorized intruders entering their lands in the 16th century.
1. CANNABIS CUP HOS ANNE-FRIDS TUPP
A soothing ballad about the Cannabis Cup at Anne-Frids tupp. The tupp is a heavy smoker but *ssshhhh* – Anne-Frid must not know ANYTHING about this!
When 50hertz are in a really good mood after a gig they always dust off one their Ice hockey photo albums and have an enjoyable time remembering the era when they were all major swedish hockey stars in Allsvenskan.
4. KÖRV!! *HYTTANDE NÄVE*
After a hard days work there is nothing better than coming home to mummy for a proper körv dinner. Every good mother knows that!
5. HOLY SMOKER
Arne Hegerfors is the man! In this track he is singing with the 50hertz orchestra about holy smoke and sex and love. A touching song full of fun and laughter and sex and love.
6. VÄNTAN PÅ RENT
This is the sad story about the long wait for Rent.
50hertz have been waiting for him to come back from Oklahoma for as long as they can remember, but he hasn´t even sent them a postcard. Filled with grief they play a tearful blues for their lost friend. Rent, where are you now?