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Hale Bop was the given name of a great comet soaring our nightly skies in 1997. This is our ode to that celestial object. It is a fast ska and it contains some good lines of trombone as well as a vaguely Pink Floydish guitar by yours truly. Much of it is built around the riff that sets the pace throughout most of the track.
Second track is also a ska tune, but the third one is our try at a song about the nightly angels that seem to think men worth saving. It is in norwegian and the song was rerecorded in 2011 by another group of my involvement, Grønn Tê.

Erik Rønli on drums.
Helgar Nygård on percussion.
Arve Hinderaker on bass.
Jan Petter Taarland on keyboards.
Arne Kolstad on trombone.
Steffen Schreuder on guitar.
William Helvik guitar and vocals.

Produced by Torbjørn "Tuba" Solum
Arranged by William Helvik