Scandinavian Music Fans... a question.

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  1. Rick Deschaine

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    I was at SXSW this year in Austin and heard a singer I liked very much. A lot of music fans from Scandinavia may know him. His name is Thomas Dybdahl.

    My question is, where can I find his CDs to purchase online at an english language online retailer. It seems most of the places here or in the UK don't carry his stuff. The Scandinavian sites I found weren't in english.

    Can anyone help me out?

    Thanks in advance, Rick
     
  2. Njal

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    Akers Mic is now bankrupt, as of the beginning of this week.

    Thomas Dybdahl is from Norway, afaik his releases so far are:
    Stray Dogs, ...That Great October Sound, and John Wayne EP, as well as the That Great October DVD.
     
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    I believe Zailor.no carry his cds, and will ship overseas.
    There's a button for helping English speaking customers on the left, and a box to check when you set up an account to make shipping adresses abroad possible.
    I've never used them, so I can't vouch for them.
     
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    You can try CD On, if you choose the EU flag you will get an english site. Not sure if they ship overseas, unfortunately...
     
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    Reasonably sure CD ON doesn't ship out of Scandinavia + EU, but you can always send them an email.
     

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