|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Breaking The Spell||10||Audio||1984||Sonet|
|3||Breaking The Spell||10||Audio||1984||Sonet|
|4||Breaking The Spell||10||Audio||2004||Sonet|
|7||Breaking The Spell||10||Audio||1984|
Swedish band Spellbound formed in 1983 by Hasse Fröberg, Thomas Thomson, Alf Strandberg, Ola Strandberg and JJ Marsh. The initial recordings are to be found on a compilation album called "Swedish Metal". This was the record that first brought the group to international attention. The debut album "Breaking the Spell" was released in 1984. Spellbound attracted interest not only in the UK and other parts of Europe, "Breaking the Spell" was also released in South America and the first single "Lovetaker" was one of the tracks on the "ROCKHARD"-compilation album released in Australia together with bands like Deep Purple, Iron Maiden, Whitesnake and AC/DC. Japan's leading rock magazine "Burrn" showed great interest in the band with several articles and the album raised the import charts.