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Torbjørn Brundtland (10 May 1975) makes up half of the duo Röyksopp. He was born in Tromsø, Norway.
- Between 1994-1995 Brundtland was a member of Aedena Cycle with Gaute Barlindhaug (Kolar Goi) and Kolbjørn Lyslo (Doc L Jnr). Release: Traveller's Dream 12" released on R&S
- In 1995 Brundtland was producer for Volcano with Rune Lindbæk and Ole D Mjøs. Release: "There's More To Life Than This" single, "That's The Way Love Is", single, various remixes
- Between 1996-1997 Brundtland was a member of Alanïa with Rune Lindbæk and Svein Berge. Releases: Instinctive Travels and Skyjuice albums + singles.
- In 1997 Brundtland was a member of Those Norwegians with Rune Lindbæk and Ole D Mjøs. Releases: Kaminzky Park album + singles on Paper. The current version of Those Norwegians does not include Torbjørn.
- In 1997 Brundtland was a member of Drum Island with Rune Lindbæk and Ole D Mjøs. (Svein Berge appears as "athlete" on one track). Releases: s/t album on R&S + single.
- Between 1998-1999 Torbjørn is producer on Bel Canto and Anneli Drecker solo album.
- In 1999 Brundtland released a track "Ghosts" on "Arctic Circles 2" compilation under Tuka pseudonym.
- In 1999 debut as Röyksopp on Tellé with "So Easy" 7" and "Your Hands" on the Beatservice compilation "Arctic Circles 2".
- In 2000 signs with Wall of Sound.
- In 2001 debut album, Melody A.M., released.
- In 2002 producer and co-producer on a few tracks on the Frost album "Melodica".
- In 2003 producing tracks for the Annie debut album.
- In 2003 members of Röyksopp possibly behind the Hex Pistols: No Celebrities 7" on Love OD.
- In 2004 Annie album released, work on new Röyksopp album in progress.
- In 2005 New Anneli Drecker album with one track produced by Röyksopp.
- In 2005 second album, The Understanding, released July 2005.
- In 2009 third album, Junior, released March 2009.
- In 2010 fourth album, Senior, released September 2010.