“Ebba Grön” was a code name the Swedish police used in an operation against a terrorist group (a part of the German Red Army Faction), planning to kidnap the Minister for Immigration, Anna-Greta Leijon, in 1976.
Their probably most famous and most played song is "Staten och Kapitalet" (“The State and the Capital”, roughly translated) and is a song purely and very directly critical towards the Swedish politics and politicians of the time, or maybe unjust politicians in general. The song is actually a cover of Blå Tåget’s "Den ena handen vet vad den andra gör" (“The one hand knows what the other hand is doing”).
We're Only in It for the Drugs (1979)
Kärlek & Uppror (1981)
Ebba Grön (1982)
Antirock 7" (1978)
Mona Tumbas Slim Club/Tyst För Fan 7" (1978)
Vad ska du bli?/Häng Gud 7" (1979)
Staten & kapitalet/Ung & kåt 7" (1980)
Det Är Inte Snön Som Faller/Nu Släckas Tusen Människoliv 7" (split w/Anders F Rönnblom, 1980)
Scheisse 7" (1981)
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