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This video was scanned by Mattias Norrby and his description on YouTube reads as follows:
Recorded from Swedish TV. Ripped from a lousy VHS cassette 19 years later.
The intro is not part of the actual video but a joke by the Swedish TV show “Popitopp”.
This video was shot on June 9th, 1990, during a performance at Sala Folkets Hus. According to legend, the boys jumped on a bus straight from their performance at Rålambshovsparken in Stockholm and went to perform in Sala.
The setlist for this video is Hurt, Something Better, Between Decay And Strong Will, Faith, Let This Be Forever, Lost The Lust.
If you know the exact date for this gig, please let us know!
This is some eight minutes of shaky footage from an outside gig in Stockholm some time in 1990 (best guess by the band). Were you there? Do you remember exactly when this was? Let us know!
The band performs Between Decay And Strong Will, Faith and Let This Be Forever.
We are sad to hear that the man who inspired Mobile Homes’ name is dead. Mick Karn, legendary bassist for Japan and lots of other bands died yesterday after fighting cancer for some time. Rest in peace Mick!
This performance is from Norrköping, 1991-10-05 around the release of “Nothing But Something”. We have the boys performing Getting Nowhere, Slightest Doubt, Let This Be Forever, Afraid, My Punishment, Something Better, Lost The Lust, Love To Be Loved, Hurt, Hoping For Rain, Nothing But Something.
In what surely must now seem like a bad dream, our friends perform “United” together with Karl Bartos on a German kids’ TV show back in 1998(?).
A very disoriented Per is attacked by bouncy German TV hosts and forced to answer the question “Why do Swedish bands always have such good pop songs – is it the Wasa knäckebröd?”.
This classic interview with Hans and Per, made for Swedish childrens’ television program “Bullen” on April 7th, 1991, contains a lot of golden quotes regarding us synthers’ love for industrial areas…
This video gives “blast from the past” new meaning. Recorded at legendary synth club Kolingsborg at Slussen, Stockholm in 1989, this is The Mobile Homes performing before the release of Hurt. Unfortunately the video and audio quality is far from perfect, but enjoy this piece of video for what it is – an opportunity to time travel!