A-Teens

The A-Teens are a pop group from Stockholm, Sweden, formed in 1998. They were first called the ABBA Teens, but a member of ABBA said that he would sue if they did not change their name. Therefore, not wanting to cause a confrontation with their musical predecessor and icon, they shortened their name to A-Teens. In 1999, they released their first album ABBA Generation consisting of ABBA covers. After they released their second album, Teen Spirit, a year later, they toured in the US with American pop star Aaron Carter. Their penultimate album in the US, Pop 'til you drop, also known in Europe and Asia as New Arrival, was released in 2002. The group went on tour with Play and LYNT that year. Finally, their lastest album Greatest Hits was released in Europe in 2004, leaving their American fans waiting for the lastest installment in A-Teens albums. In this album, they have a couple new songs, including a cover of Nick Kamen's single "I Promised Myself". Like many before them, the A-Teens have not achieved success like ABBA has, but then again, what ABBA had was something rare and very hard to recreate.

In late 2004, Dhani Lennevald released his first single as a solo artist titled "Girl Talk".

Their video for the ABBA cover "Dancing Queen" bears an unmistakable likeness plotwise to the 1985 John Hughes film "The Breakfast Club". In addition the principal in the movie and in the video is played by the same actor.

Members

  • Marie Eleonor Serneholt (picture) (http://czech.jinak.cz/lars/php/news/images/startup/marie_serneholt_1.jpg), born July 11, 1983
  • Amit Sebastian Paul (picture) (http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0UgDdAp0a4WsxrM8RQ2hTc3gmv88muUjdn6dVTf927Rlvnv8rPES3*I4UMUID6KDFsg5TbK0j!lXq91qeKcOyZFiXI90utJ0ws32YhZJgT1TXDdWuSdqyVHpOSPWPUyDw/Image43.jpg), born October 29, 1983. Amit is half-Indian and half-Swedish.
  • John Dhani Lennevald (picture) (http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0ZgD*ApcgrJKl5Y5SZ74TNOuX5wWVrQ66XiO6T0!q4EtbrZzhvk7JqWnvhRk2f6umZxKgR3SdamtemC9Ysw2dwMlRxlFTJhQYDolqGJnLseywTtTez!8r3EySByV9bI0VgGNfVoyaQnL!FTp5v2DWsw/Namnl%C3%B6st-10%20kopiera0.jpg), born July 24, 1984 in Stockholm. Dhani is the tallest in the group, and has blond hair and blue eyes.
  • Sara Helena Lumholdt (picture) (http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0UQDxAlwag1fGppdDJ*nXTBehOfpqDM3rd3rjZ5xG8Bjh6uCG2bjTbz3yuXZiLnwrZDrLOnA2C9OovckuLsw*3jmo2Ta5T9cCxbDi!bi3zpjuuWqkfsffC!ZbMcZ3w2P*/sara13.jpg), born October 25, 1984 at Karolinska Hospital, Solna. Sara is the youngest and smallest member of the group, and is a brunette. Sara has herpetophobia.

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In addition the principal in the movie and in the video is played by the same actor. According to Alec Empire, Future of War was noteworthy because of its "left-rooted crtitque of the 'modern' high-tech-war, as we had seen it all some years previously during the Gulf War.". Their video for the ABBA cover "Dancing Queen" bears an unmistakable likeness plotwise to the 1985 John Hughes film "The Breakfast Club". In March 2002, ATR's album Future of War (1997) was banned in Germany. In late 2004, Dhani Lennevald released his first single as a solo artist titled "Girl Talk". Her record label is named Fatal Recordings. Like many before them, the A-Teens have not achieved success like ABBA has, but then again, what ABBA had was something rare and very hard to recreate. This is because, as she states in interviews, Hanin Elias decided to set up her own record label, where she did not feel oppresed by the mostly male artists.

In this album, they have a couple new songs, including a cover of Nick Kamen's single "I Promised Myself". Endo and Empire have collaborated since but relations between Elias and Empire appear to remain strained despite their mutual business interests. Finally, their lastest album Greatest Hits was released in Europe in 2004, leaving their American fans waiting for the lastest installment in A-Teens albums. Since the collapse of ATR the surviving members have all pursued separate and successful careers. The group went on tour with Play and LYNT that year. His death caused Empire some anguish and made any reformation less likely. After they released their second album, Teen Spirit, a year later, they toured in the US with American pop star Aaron Carter. Their penultimate album in the US, Pop 'til you drop, also known in Europe and Asia as New Arrival, was released in 2002. Carl Crack died a few months later of a drug overdose.

In 1999, they released their first album ABBA Generation consisting of ABBA covers. The group decided to effectively disband in 2000 and to not consider the band's future until 2003. Therefore, not wanting to cause a confrontation with their musical predecessor and icon, they shortened their name to A-Teens. According to Magnet Magazine, "Empire's guitar-playing values speed-thrash malevolence, and when paired with Endo's painful skronkage, the album is decidedly denser than its predecessor.". They were first called the ABBA Teens, but a member of ABBA said that he would sue if they did not change their name. In 1999 ATR released 60 Second Wipe Out, an album that fazed out all use of sampling and brought on board New York City rappers the Arsonists. The A-Teens are a pop group from Stockholm, Sweden, formed in 1998. In 1997 ATR was joined by Nic Endo, a Japanese-American noise/soundscape artist during the Beck tour.

Sara has herpetophobia. ATR never delivered a commercially viable demo to Phonogram. Sara is the youngest and smallest member of the group, and is a brunette. After signing to Phonogram, a major European label, in 1993 the band received an unusually large financial advance which they duplicitously used to set up their own record label: Digital Hardcore Recordings or DHR. Sara Helena Lumholdt (picture) (http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0UQDxAlwag1fGppdDJ*nXTBehOfpqDM3rd3rjZ5xG8Bjh6uCG2bjTbz3yuXZiLnwrZDrLOnA2C9OovckuLsw*3jmo2Ta5T9cCxbDi!bi3zpjuuWqkfsffC!ZbMcZ3w2P*/sara13.jpg), born October 25, 1984 at Karolinska Hospital, Solna. ATR's early releases (which included songs like "Hetzjagd Auf Nazis!" / "Round Up the Nazis!") were surrounded by controversy in Germany due to the prevailing "no politics on the dance floor" attitude. Dhani is the tallest in the group, and has blond hair and blue eyes. The group was founded as an attack on the increasingly neo-Nazi influenced German techno scene and consisted of three Berliners - Alec Empire (from Berlin), Hanin Elias and MC Carl Crack.

John Dhani Lennevald (picture) (http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0ZgD*ApcgrJKl5Y5SZ74TNOuX5wWVrQ66XiO6T0!q4EtbrZzhvk7JqWnvhRk2f6umZxKgR3SdamtemC9Ysw2dwMlRxlFTJhQYDolqGJnLseywTtTez!8r3EySByV9bI0VgGNfVoyaQnL!FTp5v2DWsw/Namnl%C3%B6st-10%20kopiera0.jpg), born July 24, 1984 in Stockholm. If "No" is true, then suicide can be as much as an event as pressing the buttons on your remote control." (MEAN Magazine, July 1999). Amit is half-Indian and half-Swedish. The absolute negation, even to answer one's own existence with a "No". Amit Sebastian Paul (picture) (http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0UgDdAp0a4WsxrM8RQ2hTc3gmv88muUjdn6dVTf927Rlvnv8rPES3*I4UMUID6KDFsg5TbK0j!lXq91qeKcOyZFiXI90utJ0ws32YhZJgT1TXDdWuSdqyVHpOSPWPUyDw/Image43.jpg), born October 29, 1983. The next step was a shorter one. Marie Eleonor Serneholt (picture) (http://czech.jinak.cz/lars/php/news/images/startup/marie_serneholt_1.jpg), born July 11, 1983. According to Empire, "Digital Hardcore initially meant the final questioning of everything, of the whole.

Highly political, they fused left-wing anarchist anti-fascist views with punk vocals and the newly emerging techno sound that was called digital hardcore, which is a term Alec Empire later used in the name of his record company. Atari Teenage Riot is a German hardcore techno group formed in Berlin in 1992. Redifine the Enemy - Rarities and B-Side Compilation 1992-1999 (DHR 2002). Rage (DHR 2000).

Live at Brixton Academy (DHR 1999). Too Dead for Me (DHR 1999). 60 Second Wipeout (DHR 1999, Beat Records 1999, DHR 2000). Revolution Action! (DHR 1999).

1997 (DHR 1998). Live in Philadelphia - Dec. Destroy 2000 Years of Culture (Interdord 1997, Cortex 1998). Burn Berlin Burn (Grand Royal 1997).

The Future of War (DHR 1996, Beat Records 1997). Sick to Death (DHR 1997, Beat Records 1997). Not Your Business (Grand Royal 1996). Deutschland Has Gotta Die! (Grand Royal 1996).

Speed / Midijunkies (DHR 1996). Kids Are United (DHR 1996). Delete Yourself (DHR 1995, DHR 1999).

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