An influential Norwegian rock-band from the first to mid-’70s, Prudence released 4 studio room albums before splintering in 1975. Two bandmembers, Terje Tysland and Åge Aleksandersen, consequently embarked on extended and successful single careers as vocalist/songwriters as the music group itself found define the Norwegian rock and roll design coined trønderrock. Founded in 1969 in Namsos, Norway, Prudence is definitely made up of Terje Tysland (vocals, acoustic guitar), Åge Aleksandersen (acoustic guitar), Per Erik Wallum (flute), Johan Tangen (mandolin), Kjell Ove Riseth (bass), and Kaare Skevik, Jr. (drums). They produced their commercial documenting debut in 1970 with “In to the Open fire”/”Kom Bli Med Til København,” the to begin three singles released on Encounter Records. The music group then produced its full-length recording debut with Tomorrow COULD BE Vanished (1972). Following full-length studio attempts consist of Drunk and Content (1973), No. 3 (1974), and Takk Te Dokk (1975), the second option which was granted a Spellemannprisen for Pop Recording of the entire year. Prudence split up in 1975, liberating the double-length live recording 11-12-75 Live (1976) like a swan music, and both Tysland and Aleksandersen embarked on effective solo professions as vocalist/songwriters afterward. The retrospective best-of collection Det Det Va premiered in 2005.