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Dive (Swedish band)

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Dive was a Swedish band which consisted of Chris Lancelot (a.k.a. Krister Linder) and Erik Holmberg. They released three albums.


A fourth album was recorded but not released.[2] Their debut single was also their biggest commercial success; "Captain Nemo" was later covered by Sarah Brightman on her 1993 album Dive.[3]

Both members have gone on to solo careers as producers and artists. Linder moved into electronic music, recording as Yeti and Tupilaq, but returned to vocals with a solo album in 2007.[2]


  • Where the River Turns to Sea (1990) - Sweden #35[4]
  • Stills (1992) - Sweden #32[4]
  • Dive (1994) - Sweden #43[4]


  1. "Dive (5) Discography at Discogs". Retrieved 23 April 2010.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Malmqvist, Stefan (2006) "Krister Linder bryter tystnaden", SvD, 19 December 2006, retrieved 2011-04-22
  3. Demalon, Tom. "[Dive (Swedish band) at All Music Guide Review: Dive]". Allmusic. Retrieved 10 February 2007.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 "Dive", swedishcharts.com, retrieved 2011-04-22
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