Robert Johnson & Punchdrunks formed in 1992 with influences from early sixties instrumental music and roots in the Swedish garage rock (where you can find bands like The Nomads)
but had considerably more in common with Link Wray and Dick ”Pulp Fiction” Dale.
Their first record, recorded in a studio, ”Feels like Buzz Aldwin”, was recorded in Mono.
But after having met with Thomas Öberg and Jonas Jonasson in bob hund, they were persuaded to record in Stereo.
Thomas Öberg produced the EP ”Rocket True Temper” and the collaboration went on with the album ”Fried on the alter of good taste”.
Voices about RJAP;
”Totally fucking wonderful!” – Jan Gradvall, Nöjesguiden/Café
”A metal KnockOut in the first round” – Lennart Persson, Nöjesguiden
”The definite guitar-instrumental band has made a killer single here” – Mats Olsson, Expressen
”The only instrumental rock album you’ll ever need!” Lennart Persson
”Who will be the first moviedirector to discover this?” – Sound Affects
”Hard as granite” – Örjan Hulthén, Nöjesguiden
”This is how instrumental rock should be done!” – Helsingborgs Dagblad
”Reasons for ecstacy” – Per Bjurman, Aftonbladet