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Orsak:Oslo is a Norwegian / Swedish band formed by Christian Andersson (guitar), who moved from Gothenburg, Sweden to Oslo, Norway for work and met Øyvind Minsaas (drums). Years later, the two reconvened for recording, and eventually accumulated two more members: Peter Nilsson (bass) and Bjarne Karlsson (guitar).
Photo by David Holmqvist , courtesy of Orsak:Oslo
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http://www.orsakoslo.com
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(Kapitän Platte Kutter 047, 2019, CD / LP / DL)

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