If I had to pick the best or rather, the least worst track, it would be "Barkbrödsdag".
Not only was Axelsson a sub-par songwriter, a sub-sub-par singer, a sub-sub-sub-par guitar player, he was also a sub-sub-sub-sub-par lyricist. While there's no doubt his concerns with, for instance, environmental issues were sincere, his ability to express them weren't quite Nobel Prize winning material. Try this line from "Ode till Göran Nilsson": ”Det är så långt till ditt öra/men nu måste du höra” (”It's so far to your ear/but now you've got to hear” – and no, it does not sound any better in Swedish).
Year of release might be incorrect. I've seen it listed as 1970 but according to "The Encyclopedia of Swedish Progressive Music" it was released in 1972 so I stuck with that.
Ode till Göran Nilsson