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MITÄ MUUT AJATTELEVAT SINUSTA?

Tuvalu

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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Suuret tunteet (4:40)
2. Myöhäistä katua (4:28)
3. Kuoleman kello (4:17)
4. Säätyttö (6:10)

Total Time: 24:44

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Line-up / Musicians

- Annina Antinranta / vocals
- Antti Harmainen / guitars
- Jussi Oskari / bass
- Jussi Matikainen / drums


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Merceedees Tuotanto MCD015

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Review by Eetu Pellonpää
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4 stars This group delivers their thought-provoking message within an indie /alternative rock context, giving hints of their more experimental style driving their forthcoming long players. The Finnish lyrics are here more in front focusing to everyday life related themes, contemplating both sociological and psychological patterns of human life, and scanning an inner world of their writer in a quite personal level. As these texts unite with melancholic and powerful melodies, they give birth to a really fine music containing enough musical information, arrangement details and melodic feeling potential to satisfy quite large type of listeners. Elements of progressive rock appear as more complex rhythms and aural ambient sequences. Compositional output and production standards have been also been fine, as it is difficult to name any clear favorite track from the CD; A phenomena which in my opinion will be present in the forthcoming three albums too. Sounds are smooth, deep and clean, and the band works together achieving a carefully detailed and controlled end result. From progressive rock references of their sound could be a more romantic incarnation of 1990's Rush without their characteristic guitar solos, and a less angulated reflection of "Kallocain" record by Paatos.

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