Alexander Skarsgard's Dating Tips: Just Be 'Spontaneous' “I try not to plan it out,” the True Blood star, 33, told PEOPLE on Saturday at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere Alexander takes part at KCRW'S Guest DJ Project. Los Angeles public radio station KCRW has always been a haven of good taste on the stations' Guest DJ Project are three of the stars of HBO's True Blood: Joe run date. 09/07/ Status. On Hiatus. Cast. Stephen Moyer. Alexander Skarsgård dedicated the five songs in his Guest DJ Project KCRW's Guest DJ Project is a weekly program delving into the of the Buzzcock's “Ever Fallen in Love” to a past girlfriend and their stormy relationship.
I just tried to move on and so did she but we just couldn't. I want to dedicate this song to her and I hope she found happiness somewhere out there. Every time after a fight I would just put on my big headphones and I would crank up the volume and go Pete Shelley freakin' gets it. In a way she will always be a part of me, but I don't have to listen to Buzzcocks and cry every day and night any more.
I can actually listen to it now and enjoy it because it's a great song. It's the Buzzcocks," Ever Fallen in love". What's the next song you have for us? When I was a kid we went on a lot of road trips and my mom had this song that she always wanted to play. She is a very considerate person, my mom, so she would always ask the kids and my Dad if it was okay if she played the song. Do you ever feel homesick? Is there a piece of music that you hear that just takes you there?
It's kind of tough because I am the only one in my family here in LA. The rest of my family lives in Sweden so music is great for that. I just put on a song and it brings me right back home. Tell us about that one. I've been in LA for five years now, on and off.
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Growing up in Stockholm, Sweden that transition, it's not easy because Stockholm is a very densely populated place, you walk or you ride your bike. Most of my friends are within just a few blocks away from each other and coming out here was kind of tricky.
Suddenly you're in a city where it's considered normal to sit in traffic for 45 minutes for coffee with a friend or people drive Hummers to the gym so I've kind of spent five years complaining about LA and talking about how much greater Stockholm is, how good it is back there.
I was just there for two weeks and when I landed I flew into LAX and I had this really weird feeling when we touched ground. I felt like I was coming home. I've never felt that before so this last song I actually want to dedicate to Los Angeles and I hate to admit it but I think I'm falling in love.
Nobody is going to let you get out of here today without telling us what music Eric listens to. He listens to a lot of Swedish death metal. Is it hard to talk with those things in your mouth?
Yeah, you know, it takes a while to get used to it.
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Are they like those things you used to get on Halloween? Well, they're not plastic they're like molded for your teeth but it's basically the same thing. Alex, thanks so much for joining us on KCRW. Thank you so much for having me, it was a true pleasure AL: It was a very passionate relationship. I was very much in love with this girl. But after a few months we both realized that we weren't good for each other.
But it was one of those relationships where we wouldn't make each other happy but every time we broke up we just ended up back together and that went on for almost three years. I don't know if you've experience that but it killed me. It was really, really tough.
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I just tried to move on and so did she but we just couldn't. I want to dedicate this song to her and I hope she found happiness somewhere. I can actually listen to it now and enjoy it because it's a great song. His mother was very considerate and would always ask if it was OK for her to play this song. He was a punk rocker, as he noted, so he would just shrug like he didn't care. He says yes, he's the only one in the family in L. Music's great to put on a song and take him back home. Growing up in Stockholm, the transition wasn't easy.
Stockholm is a densely populated area so people walk or ride their bikes. Most of his friends were within a few blocks of each other in Sweden.