- The Sugarcubes 1989 Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week!
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- Sugarcubes 1989 Today Tomorrow Week
:format(jpeg):mode_rgb():quality(90)/discogs-images/R-1135033-1328394638.jpeg.jpg)The Sugarcubes* – Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week!
Format: CD, Album
Released: Sep 1989
Genre: Rock, Pop
Style: Indie Rock
Tidal Wave 2:56
Speed Is The Key 3:19
Dream TV 3:13
Eat The Menu 3:44
Dear Plastic 3:24
Shoot Him 2:10
A Day Called Zero 2:39
Dark Disco 1 3:01
Hot Meat 3:17
Artwork – Keli Kaldi, Óskar Strom*
Bass – Bragi Olafsson*
Drums, Percussion – Sigtryggur Baldursson*
Guitar – Thor Eldon*
Keyboards – Margret Ornolfsdottir*
Producer – Derek Birkett, The Sugarcubes
Recorded By – Brian Pugsley
Vocals – Bjork Gudmundsdottir*
Vocals, Trumpet – Einar Orn*
Written-By – The Sugarcubes
_The Sugarcubes were the biggest group ever to emerge from Iceland, which helps explain their off-kilter sense of melody. Their 1988 debut Life's Too Good attracted terrific reviews and became a college radio hit, but they never were able to recapture that sense of excitement.
According to group legend, the Sugarcubes formed on June 8, 1986, the day that vocalist Björk gave birth to her son. Prior to that day, the members of the group had been a variety of Icelandic bands. Björk had the longest career out of any of the members. By 1984, Björk, Einar Örn Benediktsson and Siggi Baldursson had joined forces, forming Kukl with keyboardist Einar Melax. KUKL — which means witchcraft in Icelandic — was an noisy, artsy post-punk band that released 2 albums on the independent British record label Crass. In 1986, KUKL evolved into the Sugarcubes, adding Björk's then-husband Thor Eldon on guitar and Bragi Ólafsson on bass.
In late 1987, the band signed to One Little Indian in the U.K., Elektra Records in the U.S. The Sugarcubes released their debut album Life's Too Good in 1988 to critical acclaim in both the U.K. and the U.S. Birthday, the first single from the album, became an indie hit in Britain and a college radio hit in America. In particular, Björk received a heap of praise, which began tensions between her and Einar Örn.
Here Today, Tomorrow, Next Week!, the Sugarcubes' second album, was released in 1989. The album featured a greater vocal contribution by Einar, which was criticized in many of the record's reviews, which were noticably weaker than those for Life's Too Good. After the release of Here Today, Tomorrow, Next Week!, the band embarked on a lengthy international tour. At the conclusion of the tour in late 1990, the band members pursued their own individual interests.
Stick Around for Joy, the band's third album, was released in 1992. Before the record appeared, a collection of remixes called It's It was released in Europe. Stick Around for Joy received better reviews than Life's Too Good, but the album failed to yield a hit single. Following its release, the Sugarcubes disbanded. In 1993, Björk launched a critically acclaimed and commercially successful solo career that was based in dance music._
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