His first release was with Cat & Mouse in 1975 with Tote Hatakka. The band extended with two extra musicians and called themselves Waltari.
Later in 1998 Kärtsy Hatakka and Tote Hatakka released a second album under the name Cat & Mouse.
He released two singles under the name K2 (15).
Together with Kimmo Kajasto he wrote the awarded soundtrack to the computer games Max Payne and Max Payne 2.
In 2007 he started a new approach of a solo career called Kärtsy Band with a single in January 2010 and an album scheduled for August.
- 2 Remix
- 34 Vocals
- 37 Instruments & Performance
- 64 Writing & Arrangement
- 10 Featuring & Presenting
- 8 Production
- 7 Technical
- 1 Acting, Literary & Spoken
|IVK10-01CD||Kärtsy*||Duty Freedom (CD, Album)||IVK Music Finland Oy||IVK10-01CD||Finland||2010||Sell This Version|
|Kärtsy*||aWay (Album)||57Records||Finland||2014||Sell This Version|
Singles & EPs
|57CD1406||Kärtsy*||Fade Away (CDr, Single)||57Records||57CD1406||Finland||2014||Sell This Version|
|none||Kimmo Kajasto & Kärtsy Hatakka||Kimmo Kajasto & Kärtsy Hatakka - Путеводитель: Страна Игр №01(05) Январь 2004 (CD-ROM, Comp, MP3)||ООО "Гейм Лэнд"||none||Russia||2004||Sell This Version|