First EP called “Dvergmål” (dwarf tongue), later albums called: “enøyd” (one eyed), “ulv ulv” (wolf wolf) and “guden i steinen” (the god in the rock). The band also released the EP “1000 års fortielse” (a thousand years of silence) in connection to the thousand year jubilee of the Norwegian church.
Their last album had a relative commercial success partly because of the radio hit “store Alexander” (with the Norwegian electro-pop queen Bertine Zetlitz on supporting vocal), and partly because of the unusually low album price of 49,90 Norwegian Kroner (ca. 9 $).
Edited by hodeskalle on 18 Jun 2007, 12:21
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