Kaizers Orchestra

Kaizers Orchestra

 

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Kaizers Orchestra was a Norwegian alternative rock group that formed on 1st of January 2000.[1]

They are notable for being among the first non-black metal Norwegian bands or artists singing in their native language to become popular beyond Scandinavia.[2] To other Norwegians, the band is instantly recognizable both because of their unique, unpredictable style, and because of vocalist Ottesen's distinctive Jæren dialect, shared by four of the other band members.

In 2012, the group announced that following a 2013 "Farewell Tour", they would take a long break.[3] Their final concert was held on September 14th 2013 at DNB Arena in Stavanger, and was also streamed live online.[4]

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Highlights10

Violeta Violeta
 
Violeta Violeta is a series of studio albums by Norwegian alternative rock group Kaizers Orchestra, comprising their sixth, seventh, and eighth studio albums.
Maskineri
 
Maskineri (Machinery) is the fourth studio album by Norwegian alternative rock group Kaizers Orchestra, released on February 18, 2008.
Ompa til du dør
 
Ompa til du dør (Ompa until you die) is the debut album of Norwegian alternative rock group Kaizers Orchestra, released on September 1, 2001.
Maestro
 
Maestro is the third studio album by Norwegian alternative rock group Kaizers Orchestra, released on 15 August 2005.

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Popular Albums20

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Popular Songs20

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