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Origin  Skotselv, Norway
Instruments  Bass, Keyboards

Name  Nikolai Eilertsen
Genres  Rock music
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Birth name  Nikolai Haengsle Eilertsen
Born  24 June 1978 (age 37) (1978-06-24)
Website  bigbang.no thenationalbank.no
Music groups  BIGBANG, Elephant9, The National Bank
Albums  Big Bang, Come On Over to the Other Side, Electric Psalmbook, Frontside Rock'n'Roll, Radio Radio TV Sleep
Similar People  Olaf Olsen, Torstein Lofthus, Stale Storlokken, Oystein Greni, Martin Horntveth

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Nikolai Hængsle Eilertsen (born 24 June 1978) is a Norwegian bass guitarist. He is primarily known as a member of BigBang (1999–2004, 2009–) and The National Bank (2004–). Eilertsen, who was born in Skotselv, also participates in the bands Lester, Needlepoint and Elephant9.

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Honors

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  • Spellemannprisen 2004 in the class Pop band for the album The National Bank
  • Spellemannprisen 2010 in the class Jazz for the album Walk the Nile
  • Discography

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    Contributions by Nikolai Eilertsen:

    With Bigbang
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    Albums:

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  • Electric Psalmbook (Grand Sport Records, 1999)
  • Clouds Rolling by (Warner Music, 2000)
  • Frontside Rock'n'Roll (Warner Music Norway, 2002)
  • Radio Radio TV Sleep (Warner Music Norway, 2003), live
  • Poetic Terrorism (Grand Sport Records, 2005)
  • Too Much Yang (Grand Sport Records, 2007)
  • Something Special – The Best of Bigbang (Grand Sport Records, 2005), compilation
  • From Acid to Zen (Oglio Records, 2008)
  • Edendale (Oglio Records, 2009)
  • Epic Scrap Metal (Grand Sport Records, 2011)
  • EP's:

  • Girl in Oslo (Warner Music Norway, 2000)
  • New Glow (Warner Music Norway, 2000)
  • Smiling for (Warner Music Norway, 2001)
  • Not A Rolling Stone (Grand Sport Records, 2005)
  • Fly Like A Butterfly Sting Like A Bee (Grand Sport Records, 2005)
  • Saturn Freeway (Glitterhouse Records, 2006)
  • Hurricane Boy (Grand Sport Records, 2007)
  • Wild Bird E.P. (Grand Sport Records, 2008)
  • Isabel (Grand Sport Records, 2009)
  • With The National Bank
  • The National Bank (2004)
  • Come On Over to the Other Side (2008)
  • With Thomas Dybdahl
  • Science (Universal Music Norway, 2006)
  • With Knut Reiersrud Band
  • Voodoo Without Killing Chicken (2008)
  • With Knut Reiersrud
  • Gitar (Universal Music, 2009)
  • With Bjørn Eidsvåg
  • Pust (Petroleum Records/Sony Music, 2008)
  • With Lester
  • This Village (Deaf Ear/Mudi, 2008)
  • With Elephant9
  • Dodovoodoo (Rune Grammofon, 2008)
  • Walk the Nile (Rune Grammofon, 2010)
  • Live at the BBC (Rune Grammofon, 2011)
  • Atlantis (Rune Grammofon, 2012), with Reine Fiske
  • With Needlepoint
  • The Woods Are Not What They Seem (BJK Music/Musikkoperatørene, 2010)
  • Outside The Screen (BJK Music/Musikkoperatørene, 2012)
  • Aimless Mary (BJK Music/Musikkoperatørene, 2015)
  • With Band Of Gold including Nina Elisabeth Mortvedt
  • Band Of Gold (Jansen Plateproduksjon, 2015)
  • With various artists
  • Sivil Ulyd 2: Sivilarbeiderplata (Passive Fist Productions, 2003), compilation
  • References

    Nikolai Eilertsen Wikipedia


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