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1 Pelkät Jää
Flute – Sju ShutanenViolin [Electric] – Jimi PythonVocals – Susanna Tikkanen
2 Metsänhaltija
Lead Vocals – Felix SchroederVocals [Additional] – Antti Nummiranta
3 Pulla Pa Kosti 6:19
4 Ubsunurin Allas 5:27
5 Pajupilli
Vocals – Susanna Tikkanen
6 Sabel Violince 6:30
7 Paha Tonttu
Accordion – Olli Rautiainen
8 King Urhea 3:51
9 Svin Polizai 5:53
10 Kuudan Yö
Acoustic Guitar, Lead Vocals, Written-By – Antti NummirantaWritten-By – Elis Sinistö
11 WuarenCuningas
Written-By – Edvard Grieg
12 Glownare 2:40
13 Syvällisyyden Pinnallisuus
Marimba, Vibraphone – Olli Kari

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Packaged in Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 9008798061068
  • Matrix / Runout: CD DATA-MATE TG302632906E
  • Rights Society: n©b
  • Rights Society: Teosto


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September 23, 2018

A really weird and awesome album. Excellent experimental combination of all kinds of genres, mainly suomisaundi&psytrance fused with folk music & classical, I suppose. A good example of "we do whatever the f we want" -music. If you like weird electronic music and have a sense of humour, then this album is a must.

Quality is pretty consistent throughout the album, and most of the tracks have notable differences and are easy to recognise. No obvious fillers in my opinion. This album should keep you interested for the whole 75 minutes.

The only minus I can think of is the annoying vocals on track 10. And the lyrics on track 2 are too weird, in a bad way.


November 18, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

Absolutely horrible album! Alcohol and acid is a bad combination, and this album is probably the best proof for that. Just look at the cover art, it has this "humour" that some people think is fun on Sunday morning at 5am, after been drinking (and tripping?) hard for 12 hours straight.
And the music is just as bad. Most of it sounds like cheap 90's eurotechno. Not psychedelic at all, not even funny, and no sense for details. Seems like Huopis and Rick Timebees were in a rush, or maybe they were just to drunk to care. One thing for sure is that I don't understand what the hype is about....

The only track that is close to listenable is "WuarenCuningas", with the playful, trollish melody of Griegs "In The Hall of the Mountain King". It has potential, but even here I feel it's underproduced.

I had pretty low expectations on this album, since the tracks I've heard from Tekniset before have been pretty rubbish, but I didn't think it would be this bad. If you want goofy suomi-trance in a similar vein I'd recommend Huopatossu Mononen solo or maybe Luomuhappo. Even Shiwa 2000, that I haven't really liked before is better.