DescriptionPoubelle began as a relaxation exercise after the original members had finished a chorus with great pain. To write about sex in a playful manner tuned out to be so much fun it had to be done again, again and again. New members have been dubbed continuously and Poubelle now consist of Emil Gadd(aka Gin Joints known for one hit wonders as Anna P Galej with Zacke, For Tonight which rocked nu-disco charts on Beatport and been supported by DJ:s such as Aeroplane, Chris Jylkke & Tracasseur), Muurk Gr(Known from his work with Alex Academics from Caotico), T-Rd(1miljon + views for his Counterstrike and World of Warcraft tracks), Kid Colt(Grime rapper and House producer with probably the best breath control of north Europe. Now being charted in his birth name Niklas Marklund as a progressive house producer), Rapper Ted and Simon Trabelsi(aka Young Ivy. Discovered age 14 when battling ADL, dropped records in the US with prominent guests as Zion I, Planet Asia and a whole bunch of people we never heard about. Now a official member of the Swedish euro-electro super group Blnk). In short: a long list of payed dues. But dues aside Poubelle is different. The first tracks where written, recorded, mixed and released on Soundcloud on the same day. The third track "r Det Fr Mycket Begrt" on the subject when a mans sexuality isn't was released on a Sunday and the following Wednesday it was dropped by Sandra Brding on SR Metropol Radio Station as it accidentally had picked a topic of the day. "Baby Ta Mig Hem Till Danderyd" is a hard days work no matter what the Poubelle tracks normally are. Gin have saved the drum machine for months, done educational excursions to bedrooms in Solsidan, Stockholm and finally got it. In lack of respect for the rules of the game there are 3 official original versions featuring verses from Poubelle members Simon Trabelsi, Muurk och Rapper Ted. And they are all A-sides since Alla Ska Med!. Look at it as the sexual class struggle just begun, look at it as a joke, look at it anyway you like. But Swedish R&b just got a little bit better.