Ingenting is a Norwegian rock-band that peaked in reputation through the mid-’90s using a couple TOP strike singles, “HIV Positiv” and “Motorsag,” and some Best 20 albums. After dissolving in 1998, the music group installed a successful return several years afterwards. Formed through the ’80s in Sandnes, Norway, the music group was made up of Kjartan Osmundsen (vocals, electric guitar), Ove Morten Grødeland (electric guitar), Bård Schanche (electric guitar), Knut Kønigsberg (drums), and Tor-Jan Møller (bass) at its top in the middle-’90s but underwent many lineup adjustments during its life. They produced their eponymous record debut in 1991 with Ingenting on Steens Information. Upon moving towards the Sonet label, Ingenting broke to mainstream achievement using their second record, Move’ Ikkje Inn (1993), which reached amount 14 over the Norwegian graphs and spawned the very best Ten hit one “”HIV Positiv.”” The follow-up record, Piknik (1994), was likewise successful, reaching amount 12 and spawning the very best Ten hit one “Motorsag.” After another Best 20 full-length work, Dill og Dall (1996), vocalist Kjartan Osmundsen still left the music group and was changed briefly by Michael Ravndal. The departure of Osmundsen essentially designated the finish of Ingenting to get a half-decade, however, like a compilation recording, Samleting (1998), premiered as well as the band’s tenure with Sonet concluded. Many years later on Osmundsen rejoined the music group, and the very best 20 comeback recording Nytt (2003) premiered on Oslove Information to the pleasure of longtime enthusiasts. The follow-up recording, Good Meg (2004), was sadly far less effective, and the music group once more dissolved for quite some time. With fresh vocalist Kjell Undheim in the helm, Ingenting installed another impressive comeback, this time around in 2008 with the very best Ten recording Kjempegreier, the band’s highest-charting full-length work to date. Common Music reissued the band’s back again catalog around once.