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Drukwerk is a Dutch pop group from Amsterdam. Formed in 1978 they enjoyed great chart success in The Netherlands during the first boom of Dutch-language 'Nederpop' in the first half of the 1980s.

The group's frontman (and only original member today), Harry Slinger (1949), with his trademark red wool hat, is known for singing his lyrics in a sharp Amsterdam accent. The group's music was typical eighties pop, sometimes reggae-tinged, sometimes remarkably paying hommage to the smartlappen of Amsterdam's famous pub singers.