Friday, June 29, 2007

Kings of Convenience

Kings of Convenience are an indie folk-pop duo from Bergen, Norway. Consisting of Erlend Øye and Eirik Glambek Bøe, the musical group is known for their delicate tunes, calming voices, and intricately subtle guitar melodies. Both Øye and Bøe sing in their tracks, and both of them compose.
Riot on an Empty Street (CD) - Astralwerks - (2004)
Versus (CD) - Astralwerks - (2001)
Quiet Is the New Loud (CD) - Astralwerks - (2001)
Kings of Convenience (US and Canada release only) (CD) - Kindercore - (2000)
Toxic Girl 7 (Ellet 1999)
Failure 7 (Ellet 1999)
Brave New World 7 (Ellet Records 1999)

[edit] Singles
"Know-How" (2005)
"I'd Rather Dance with You" (2004)
"Misread" (2004)
"Winning a Battle, Losing the War" (2001)
"Toxic Girl" (2001)
"Failure" (2001)

[edit] Collaborations
Cornelius - Drop (The Tusen Takk Rework) (2002)
Feist - 'Know How' and 'The Build Up' (Riot on an Empty Street) and in 'Cayman Islands' from the (Know-How) single (2004)
Cornelius - Omstart (2006)

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