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Thom Hell (born 19 March 1976) is a Norwegian singer-songwriter. His birth name is Thomas Helland. He has released several EPs, albums, and singles. After using his backing band "The Love Connection" (Bjarte Jørgensen, Frank Hammersland, Marte Wulff, Jørn Raknes and Vidar Ersfjord) on the two first albums and the following tours, he then formed a new backing band consisting of different people from the Norwegian music scene (Even Ormestad, Thomas Aslaksen, Kjetil Grande, Asbjørn Ribe)
Thom released 2 EPs and 2 albums before being asked by Marit Larsen to be in her band. He also contributed to her first solo album. After leaving her band, he went on to release his critically acclaimed album "God If I Saw Her Now", for which he received two Norwegian Grammys. His next album "All Good Things" went on to win another one for best male artist of the year. Went to LA to record "Suddenly Past" in 2012. It was produced by the talented Jason Falkner. Recorded and released "Six" in 2014, and "Until This Blows Over" on the Voices Of Wonder label in 2015.
Thom is continues[when?] to work on his own albums, while producing other artists in his spare time.
|2004||I Love You||31|
|2006||Every Little Piece||22|
|2008||God If I Saw Her Now||5|
|2010||All Good Things||5|
|2013||The Sound of Ocean Sound, with Larkin Poe|
|2015||Until This Blows Over|
- Compilation albums
|2011||This Is Thom Hell||18|
- 2003: "Tremendous Sinner" (EP)
- 2004: The While Your Waiting (EP)
- 2004: I Love You Too (bonus EP to a limited edition of the I Love You album)
- 2003: "Missing Home"
- 2004: "Mourning Song"
- 2004: "Some Guy"
- 2006: "Try"
- 2008: "Don´t Let Go"
- 2008: "Darling"
- 2008: "Don´t Leave Me Heather"
- 2010: "Over You"
- 2010: "All Good Things"
- 2011: "Tonight"
- 2012: "As Long As"
- 2012: "She´s Like The Wind"
- 2015: Time
- 2015: Everything Is Happening So Fast
- 2016: 1985
- 2016: Leave Me To Die
- 2016: Famous
- "thom Hell discography". norwegiancharts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved 1 February 2014.
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