3 Busserulls - Oljefeber - 1983 - 80s - NACD533

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3 BUSSERULLS – OLJEFEBER (1983)3 Busserulls, also known as Busserulls, is a group of entertainment and recording artists from Karmøy in Rogaland. The trio performed together for the first time on Boxing Day 1962 during a Christmas show for Åkra Sports Club at Åkrehamn, Karmøy. They took their name from the song Tresko og busserull. Karl Magnus Sjøen (1944–2002) entered the stage and sang Chat Noir songs together with Oddvar Andreassen and Sverre Jensen (1944–1968). Sverre Jensen died in a traffic accident in 1968, and the other two members of the group put the business on hold until 1975, when Sjøen and Andreassen started Busserulls again together with Lasse Pedersen. Pedersen left the group in 1977, and Gunnar Andersen became a new member. The group then moved on to more stage shows with lots of costume changes.

Oljefeber was released in 1983 and is the band's seventh album. The album spent six weeks on the VG-lista and ended with eighth place as the best position.

1 Big Bad Bill2 The Morning Fight3 Tango separasjon4 Ballad of the Roustabout5 Jodletur til Sveits6 Havet, oljen og kjærligheten7 I ville vesten8 Divers do it Deeper9 Olje-eventyret10 Farvel min sønn, farvel11 Toast/Skål

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