THE CONFUSIONS: The Story Behind the Story- Imported from Sweden by Listening-Post Music

The Confusions have always been writing a lot of songs but this year they will break all barriers as this is the second release of the year.

First out was their “acoustic” album. Since few years Mikael and Zarah have done acoustic gigs with just guitar and accordion but last year they did a lot of acoustic gigs, sometimes with the whole band and sometime with just a few members. The acclaims have been stunning. The low key gigs seem to add new depths to the songs and the reviews have been fantastic.

Ever since they started doing these gigs they have been asked if these acoustic versions could be available. So during the sessions for the new album they sneaked in at Domsaga studio to record 15 songs live in these versions of which 11 made it to the album.

The album contains songs from their whole career – from the first EP (All Dressed Up) to rare B-sides (Put Your Pressure On Me) to completely new songs (Lost In Time) and the hits (The Pilot, Window...)

“It Sure Looks Like The Confusions But It Sounds More Acoustic” is now being released in the USA by Listening Post Music, only available in a limited edition of 1000 copies.

Now, we have The Story Behind The Story. A dazzling collection of 17 songs. an atmospheric CD of the highest quality. these songs are ac ulmination of the many styles which The Confusions have explored over the years.


THE CONFUSIONS: the Story Behind the Story- Imported from Sweden by Listening-Post Music

Also check out other Confusions music - Trampoline, Being Young, 5AM, It Sure Looks Like the Confusions But It Sounds More Aoustic,and Don't Let The World Catch You Crying.

Price - $17.00


1 There Ain't No Easy Way Out Of Here
2 Dead Afternoon
3 Strangers
4 Thin
5 The Logo
6 The Carpenter
7 The Story Behind the Story
8 Whatever Money Can Buy
9 I Heard A Rumour
10 City of Doubts
11 Infobahn
12 Perfect Plan
13 Let's Get Naked
14 It's Getting Better
15 Kill The DJ, Be The DJ
16 Remain
17 What If I Would Fail