1) The Sounds are a Swedish New Wave group
2) The Sounds were a Finnish instrumental rock band in the early 1960s
3) The Sounds were a 1950's doo wop group on the Cascade lable
1) The Sounds are a New Wave group which formed in Helsingborg, Sweden in 1999. They consist of Maja Ivarsson (vocals) Felix Rodriguez (guitar), Johan Bengtsson (bass), Jesper Anderberg (keyboards) and Fredrik Nillson (drums). The band has released three albums to date: 2002's Living in America, 2006's Dying To Say This To You, and their most recent, Crossing The Rubicon on Original Signal Recordings.
2) The Sounds were a Finnish instrumental and pop group from Helsinki. Their most famous record is an instrumental version of "Emma" which was recorded in January 1963. The Sounds are still one of the most significant and influential Finnish instrumental rock bands. Their other instrumental record "Mandshurian Beat" is known to be the first Finnish record which sold over one million copies abroad. The Sounds were active between 1962 and 1965. Johnny Liebkind played drums in the first line-up of the band. (Source of information: Finnish Wikipedia)
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