Sidsel Endresen and Bugge Wesseltoft, two artists who cut their own distinct paths through the Norwegian music scene, had collaborated for many years and had already released two albums as a duo before they began writing and recording the album that, for many listeners, remains the magnum opus of their partnership. "Out Here. In There." coalesced during a period when both artists had refined their individual musical signatures, but were preparing to launch into new explorations.
The album brought them much critical acclaim, a Spellemannprisen (Norwegian Grammy), and garnered a legendary status that has not diminished since. Despite its peripatetic musical nature, it has a fully realised coherence, each track feeling fully connected to every other, more siblings than cousins.
It features "Try", a song that has taken on a life of its own, appearing on compilations, films and television shows, commercials, and has been given countless remix treatments and cover versions.
2019 sees this album become available on vinyl for the first time since its release.
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Biosphere berce mon cerveau depuis la découverte il y a 15 ans de l'album Substrata. C'est peu dire que chaque album, parfois dur à apprivoiser devient ensuite un besoin inexplicable, tant ils m'apportent un bien-être cérébral.
Celui ci fait partie désormais de moi, comme de nombreux autres .... as86