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|Topp Stemning På Lokal Bar|
|Studio album by Casiokids|
|Released||June 8, 2010|
Topp Stemning På Lokal Bar is an album by the Norwegian synthpop band Casiokids, released in the US on June 8, 2010, in physical and digital formats. The deluxe version includes bonus remixed material, on a second CD in the physical version. The song "Fot i Hose" in this album is part of the soundtrack of the EA Sports videogame, FIFA 10 .
Norwegians are a North Germanic ethnic group native to Norway. They share a common culture and speak the Norwegian language. Norwegian people and their descendants are found in migrant communities worldwide, notably in the United States, Canada, Australia, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Brazil, Mexico, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and South Africa.
Casiokids are a Norwegian synthpop ensemble from Bergen, and Stavanger formed in 2005. The band consists of Ketil Kinden Endresen, Fredrik Øgreid Vogsborg, Omar Johnsen and Kjetil Bjøreid Aabø. Associated musicians are Joachim Amundsen Trana, Eirik Utne, Einar Olsson, Geir Svensson and Snorre Sturla Lyngstad. They are signed with Universal Records in Norway, Polyvinyl Records in North America, Flake Records in Japan, Pop Frenzy in Australia and Moshi Moshi Records for the rest of the world.
EA Sports is a division of Electronic Arts that develops and publishes sports video games. Formerly a marketing gimmick of Electronic Arts, in which they tried to imitate real-life sports networks by calling themselves the "EA Sports Network" (EASN) with pictures or endorsements with real commentators such as John Madden, it soon grew up to become a sub-label on its own, releasing game series such as FIFA, NHL, NBA Live and Madden NFL.
|All songs composed by Casiokids unless noted.|
|1.||"Grønt Lys I Alle Ledd"||5:01|
|2.||"Fot I Hose"||2:59|
|3.||"Verdens Største Land"||6:42|
|5.||"Min Siste Dag"||5:11|
|6.||"En Vill Hest"||5:34|
|9.||"Verdens Største Land (Velferd Remix)"||7:25|
|10.||"Fot I Hose (Captain Credible Remix)"||2:58|
|11.||"Det Snurrer (Casiokids Remake)"||4:18|
|12.||"Verdens Største Land (Captain Credible's Orchestral Stab Remix)"||4:51|
|13.||"Fot I Hose (Axemax & Big P Remix)"||3:14|
|14.||"Hun er Min Venstre Hånd (Casiokids Translation)"||3:00|
|15.||"Fot I Hose (Lo-Fi-FNK Extension)"||6:52|
|16.||"Verdens Største Land (Axemax & Big P Remix)"||5:04|
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