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This year's Norwegian music books

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

We are drowning in an avalanche of extensive biographies about the biggest international rock stars, and little Norway is starting to follow. This year, the following is coming out.

  • Sugar cravings by Sverre Knudsen. The bassist in The All Worst publishes a very personal book, which is partly a growing up novel in the shadow of punk's entry into Norway at the tamp of the 1970s, and partly a maturity novel from the 1990s, in the aftermath of the success of a band we will never know. the name of. But that may well be The Very Worst.
  • A good band by Anders Bortne (The Time). The guitarist in Whopper made his debut with the story of the band The Seculars' rise and fall in Oslo and Bergen in the 00's.
  • national satanist by Erlend Erichsen (Damm). The former Gorgoroth drummer debuts what he calls a "split novel" based on the closed black metal environment in Bergen in the early 1990s.
  • hijacker Songs by Erik. . .

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