Bobby Trafalgar

Real Name:
Håkan Lidbo
Bobby Trafalgar did an infinitive number of recordings and soundtracks to some of the strangest films ever made. Unfortunately he hasn’t composed anything in the last 20 years. Some of his songs have recently been re-discovered by todays cult vinyl collectors and reached cult classic status. The main theme from the French adult movie "Hotel d’amour" has become something of an underground lounge hit as it was re-released on UK label Repap. Trafalgars obscure music for the Asian 70’s film "Kung-fu girl" was used on a TV and radio commercial for JC jeans that was awarded as "the best song from a commercial 2001" and the clothing has noticed a 20% increase in sales during the peoriod of the campaign. Not bad for a song with explicit political lyrics sung on chineese in mid 70s.


Bobby Trafalgar - In Person album art Bobby Trafalgar In Person (Comp, Album) Repap UK 2000 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

REPAP 001 Bobby Trafalgar - Album Sampler album art Bobby Trafalgar Album Sampler(12", Smplr) Repap REPAP 001 UK 1999 Sell This Version
GHD 001 Bobby Trafalgar - Kung Fu Girl album art Bobby Trafalgar Kung Fu Girl(CD, Maxi) Goldhead Music GHD 001 Sweden 1999 Sell This Version
REPAP 007 Bobby Trafalgar - Hardballs album art Bobby Trafalgar Hardballs(12") Repap REPAP 007 UK 2000 Sell This Version
JCCD2001 Bobby Trafalgar - Kung-Fu Girl album art Bobby Trafalgar Kung-Fu Girl(Minimax) JC (2), Repap JCCD2001 Sweden 2001 Sell This Version

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