|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||... Att Tycka Om||12||Audio||1975||Polydor|
|3||Gimmicks Of Sweden||12||Audio||1972||Polydor|
|5||Brasilian Samba||12||Audio||Omega (2)|
|6||Music Is What We Like To Play||11||Audio||1974||Polydor|
|8||Brazilian Samba||12||Audio||1970||Decca Eclipse|
|9||Mixed Up Lydia's Pickin' Up Painted Ping Pong Balls||9||Audio||1970||Polydor|
|10||För Din Skull||12||Audio||1973||Polydor|
|12||Brasilian Samba||12||Audio||Polydor K.K.|
|13||High, On Wings Of Song||2||Audio||1975||Polydor|
|14||Sången Lär Ha Vingar||2||Audio||1975||Polydor|
|15||Sången Lär Ha Vingar||2||Audio||1975||Polydor|
|16||ALL TOGETHER NOW||11||Audio||1974||ELEC RECORDS|
|17||Håll Igång||12||Audio||1969||Discofon (2)|
|18||The Best Of The Gimmicks ~ From Acapulco To Tokyo||21||Audio||1998||Sonet|
Swedish group that was started by Leif Carlqvist in 1968. They did Swedish interpretations of samba hits by groups such as Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66. Their own version of "Latin Groove" lead to an international release and recordings in English. Group members came and went but the group stayed sought after for bookings around the world.
The group took part in the Swedish pre-selections for the Eurovision Song Contest in 1975 and finished second with "Sången lär ha vingar". The group was disbanded a few years later but made a comeback in 2005 with new members, lead by Leif Carlqvist.
None of the group's records sold exceptionally well but they have become sought after by record collectors around the world.