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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Fool (5:28)
2. Strange Rhythms (6:28)
3. Horizons (3:10)
4. To the Blackening Sea (Part II of Miracle and Wonder) (5:37)

Total time: 20:43

Line-up / Musicians

- Ari Honkanen / vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, one-man choir
- Aatu Kettunen / electric guitars, devices
- Pekka Pietarinen / bass, vocals
- Daniel Porschen / drums

Releases information

CDEP, 2005 Circusfolk

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2 stars Less than a year after their formation the young folk of Finland saw the time was ripe for entering studio to record their first four song ep. They open the record with the first song they ever wrote together, The Fool. This balladish song starts with a moody guitar intro and later features a good ... (read more)

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