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Prudence

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An influential Norwegian rock band from the early to mid-'70s, Prudence released four studio albums before splintering in 1975. Two bandmembers, Terje Tysland and Åge Aleksandersen, subsequently embarked on lengthy and successful solo careers as singer/songwriters while the band itself came to define the Norwegian rock style coined trønderrock. Founded in 1969 in Namsos, Norway, Prudence is comprised of Terje Tysland (vocals, guitar), Åge Aleksandersen (guitar), Per Erik Wallum (flute), Johan Tangen (mandolin), Kjell Ove Riseth (bass), and Kaare Skevik, Jr. (drums). They made their commercial recording debut in 1970 with "Into the Fire"/"Kom Bli Med Til København," the first of three singles released on Experience Records. The band then made its full-length album debut with Tomorrow May Be Vanished (1972). Subsequent full-length studio efforts include Drunk and Happy (1973), No. 3 (1974), and Takk Te Dokk (1975), the latter of which was awarded a Spellemannprisen for Pop Album of the Year. Prudence broke up in 1975, releasing the double-length live album 11-12-75 Live (1976) as a swan song, and both Tysland and Aleksandersen embarked on successful solo careers as singer/songwriters afterward. The retrospective best-of collection Det Det Va was released in 2005.

Title: Major Tom

Artist: Prudence

Genre: Rock, Punk Rock

Title: Whirlwind

Artist: Prudence

Genre: Dancefloor, Dance Pop

Title: Lost - Single

Artist: Prudence

Genre: Rock, Punk Rock

Title: Error - Single

Artist: Prudence

Genre: Rock, Punk Rock

Title: Mumsmums

Artist: Prudence

Genre: Alternative

Title: Mission Road

Artist: Prudence

Genre: Rock

Title: Growing Closer

Artist: Prudence

Genre: World Music, Pop, Folk

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