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Absoluuttinen Nollapiste were definitely one of the most interesting bands to emerge from the Finnish rock scene in the 90's. Their refreshingly original style managed to conquer the hearts of many young people - and probably some old hippies as well. This is mostly due to the fact, that the band manages to sound quite modern, and still maintain many elements that will appeal to "old-school" proggers as well.

The mastermind of the group, Tommi Liimatta, is mostly known for his often absurd, and yet very cunning lyrics, but the man is no slouch at composing music either. The music could be described as quirky, progressive pop music, if such thing exists, that is. The closest comparison would probably be WIGWAM, in their early days, when Jukka Gustavson was still in the group. Make no mistake though, you won't find many five minute instrumental sections in Absoluuttinen Nollapiste's albums, and the music has absolutely no jazz in it. On the other hand, the more melody-based songs like "Pedagogi" and "Häätö" from WIGWAM's early catalog are very similar to Absoluuttinen Nollapiste. The compositions are definitely much too complex for the average pop-fan, but still there's something insanely infectious in many of their songs, if you have the patience to REALLY listen to the music.

While they have not made a full-fledged prog album yet, and knowing the band they probably never will, they are still undoubtedly related to prog. Many prog fans (those with an open mind) would find this group entertaining. For proggers, their most interesting albums would be "Suljettu" (1999), and their most recent effort, "Mahlanjuoksuttaja" from 2005. The band is still active and going strong.



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Discography:
Ei Ilmestynyt, EP (1994)
Neulainen Jerkunen, studio album (1994)
Muovi Antaa Periksi, studio album (1995)
Simpukka-Amppeli, studio album (1998)
Suljettu, studio album (1999)
Olos, studio album (2000)
Nimi Muutettu, studio album (2002)
Seitsemäs Sinetti, studio album (2003)
Mahlanjuoksuttaja, studio album (2005)

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3.50 | 2 ratings
Neulainen Jerkunen
1994
2.96 | 4 ratings
Muovi Antaa Periksi
1995
2.05 | 3 ratings
Simpukka-amppeli
1998
4.43 | 12 ratings
Suljettu
1999
3.31 | 7 ratings
Olos
2000
3.95 | 10 ratings
Nimi Muutettu
2002
3.67 | 3 ratings
Seitsemäs Sinetti
2003
3.92 | 6 ratings
Mahlanjuoksuttaja
2005
2.92 | 3 ratings
Iiris
2007
3.08 | 5 ratings
Musta Hiekka
2009
4.67 | 3 ratings
Pisara ja lammas 1
2012
3.00 | 1 ratings
Pisara ja Lammas 2
2014

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Arkistokuvaa 1992 - 2008
2009

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3.00 | 1 ratings
Olen pahoillani - Valitut teokset 1994-2000
2001
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Sortovuodet 1994 - 2004
2004

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Ei ilmestynyt
1994
3.00 | 1 ratings
Lihassa ja Taivaassa
2007

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 Musta Hiekka by ABSOLUUTTINEN NOLLAPISTE album cover Studio Album, 2009
3.08 | 5 ratings

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Review by Matti
Collaborator Neo-Prog Team

3 stars The latest albums of this Finnish long-time cult group prove them to be still going strong, especially the two parts to the operatic "Pisara ja Lammas" concept work. Musta Hiekka preceeded that masterpiece and is also a fairly strong Abso album, with some progginess among rather mainstreamy / indie-type pop-rock. The instrumental opener 'Kivi kuivuu' (=The stone dries) is gorgeous and suitably dramatic in a Science Fiction spirit. In the angular 'Veistän kehdolle kantta' (= I'm making a lid for a cradle) the vocals are made with a vocoder. And when Tommi Liimatta's vocals are finally heard properly, they're slightly more masculine than in the early output when they often approached normal speech.

The 7-minute 'Valvoja-aika' is graced with a mighty guitar solo that leads to the general distortion of sound in a dramatic way. The next synth-based song resembles earlier pop-oriented material and may feel a bit boring to a prog-minded listener. (All in all, it can be said that AN's potential for international following is rather limited, and this is obviously reflected in the very small amount of PA reviews.) 'Teikäläisen taivas' a nice, powerful pop song full of clever rhymes; the poppiest output of CMX comes to my mind. The next track gives the emphasis on beautiful guitar textures.

The slight sense of mystery and Science Fiction of the beginning is to some degree present on e.g. 'Musta viisari', but the compositions get rather simple and vocal-oriented, turning the whole into a relatively typical AN album on the long run. I'm not yet so deeply into their output to say whether this is really among their best, but at least it contains some delightful freshness among the more-of-the-same feeling. Production is good all the way, and no doubt the lyrics offer a lot to think about, as always. Surely not a let-down album to a follower of this band. 3½ stars (rounded down due to the faint international prog appeal).

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 Simpukka-amppeli by ABSOLUUTTINEN NOLLAPISTE album cover Studio Album, 1998
2.05 | 3 ratings

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Review by Matti
Collaborator Neo-Prog Team

2 stars - First Review Of This Album -

This third album by the Finnish long-lived group is not among their best. Proggy elements are very few here, though A.N. have never been an unquestionable prog band. The album represents their laconic, personal style quite faithfully but remains rather forgettable compared to the better albums. Most songs are simple indie pop-rock with a strong emphasis on Tommi Liimatta's stiff vocals, even featuring regular chorus structures. Often the low-key manner in singing brings some sense of monotony; happily the playing is more up-beat and relaxed. As a lyricist Liimatta is always original. For example on 'Ajoratamaalaus' the protagonist is the painted line on the highway. In all the lyrics there are peculiar observations of everyday life, from an unusual point of view, and it's really hard to figure out what these persons are up to.

I may have to rate this album low in this prog environment, but it must be said that at the same time this is very easy one to have a listening pleasure in smaller scale. I mean it's harmless and fairly sympathetic pop-rock with a good dose of identifiable personality. Guitar is the leading instrument and it often plays good melodies. The pop sensibility here is easy to like, mostly free of commercial taste, and there's also much more variation and complexity in rhythm patterns than in mainstream pop/rock. For a newcomer who comes from the pop side of music rather than the prog side, this is a good aperitif after which it's good to continue into other, better and perhaps a bit more demanding albums.

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 Mahlanjuoksuttaja by ABSOLUUTTINEN NOLLAPISTE album cover Studio Album, 2005
3.92 | 6 ratings

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Review by Matti
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4 stars This Finnish band is not full-blown prog but makes pop/rock music with some complexity and undisputed originality, and therefor they really deserve to be here as Prog Related. This was my first whole album by this band, and it seems I should listen to them some more too. Such charming bizarre pop! Sad to see this one has no written reviews yet. (The ratings vary between five stars and one stars!)

It's not an easy task to describe the music. It has some stint of avant garde, for example odd rhythmic structures, but it also remains quite painless to get into. The central element is the vocals (which are relatively close to normal speaking), and very interesting odd lyrics of Tommi Liimatta. In fact, the lyrics seem to form some sort of hazy narrational unity here. Some track titles translated: What Will Happen? When Will The Influence of These Stop? What's Wrong With Us? Shall I Swallow The Evidence? The Lost Berry-Picker. Has There Been Noise from Our Flat? Mr. Liimatta has published also poetry, prose and comics. A real Renaissance man, comparable to his countryman Mika Rättö (Circle, Kuusumun Profeetta, etc).

I believe this album suits fine to start listening to this band, as it did for me. I'm afraid for non- speakers of Finnish this band has not that much to offer.

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 Iiris by ABSOLUUTTINEN NOLLAPISTE album cover Studio Album, 2007
2.92 | 3 ratings

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Review by Passionist

3 stars Iiris is a lot more modern album and very similar to the one realased after it. I'm quite unfamiliar with this album still though having heard it at least 10 times in a row. This album is addictive.

A lot has chahged within the years. I'm not sure I like the way this band is going. The music is definately as creative as before, but the melody has been at times repplaced with powerful chords and riffs. The singer has developed a lot too, and the lyrics sound as if there was a lot more experienc there than for example in Olos. I believe Absoluuttinen Nollapiste are more famous than ever and they do a lot of gigs, people aside from art-rock geeks have been discovering this band since a couple of years ago.

There are quite a few great songs on the album: Lumous, Menit Sitten Haihtumaan and Tytöt Varieteen to mention a few. The melodies are powerful but created with routine like a fully grown up band should.

There are some aspects I've never met listening to Nollapiste. For example Puhelin Mutta Ei Luontoa shows quite a few elements from the 80's and the fashionable comeback. Funny thing in the sense, that these guys never existed back then.

The record could be a lot better, and I feel, that they've started doing something new, not quite getting the hang of it yet. The following record sounds a lot more "together" as one would put it, but there are a lot of unfinished passages that irk me in a way. Of course at times they come back to their roots with songs like V niin kuin Verikosto (V for vendetta), but there's still the sound in the air, as if old men were trying to sound like teenagers.

The whole album sounds a lot better live, but isn't bad as a recording either. I trust that every fan of Absoluuttinen Nollapiste has this album and likes to listen to it at times, but it's not their best recording. If this should be your first Nollapiste-album, be sure to remember, that there are albums that they have played with less skill but a lot more energy. So I'll forgive the for groving up because the spirit of doing something progressive is still there and the songs are as cunning as ever.

At the live show the guys come back to life and there are no musical restrictions. However, to conclude, the year 2007 was for Nollapiste like the early 80's to a lot of great bands: too much new, and you can't adapt it all we at once. 3 out of 5. Have faith though, there's great things to come in the future.

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 Olos by ABSOLUUTTINEN NOLLAPISTE album cover Studio Album, 2000
3.31 | 7 ratings

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Review by Passionist

4 stars I believe I'm not lying, if I mention, that since 2000 Absoluuttinen Nollapiste has bagun most of their live sets with the 3rd song of this ground-breaking album. Kotiinpaluu, Jotenkin is an important piece to me too. This record was the first album from Absoluuttinen Nollapiste that I ever heard, though I had heard of them several times. The album seemed very obscure and strange, yet naive and stupid after first listening.

Then after litening to it for a while I realised my mistake. Fans, that like them immediately are scarce, and this record required several listenings too. The band makes rock you have never heard before. Sometimes you feel like you're listening to a commercial, at times it's like a movie soundtrack, and then there are the lyrics.

There are people who don't like Liimatta's lyrics because they're not up to listening to them. He may not be the best singer, but as a lyrics-writer and an author he's one of the coutry's bests. Songs like Ja Jos, and Kotiinpaluu, Jotenkin are brilliant poetry and great classics of the band. However, you can't always nail it. It took me 3 years to start appreciating the lyrics on Käsitys Mummoloista.

The sound on the record is very original, though still much bound to the 90's wherther they like it or not. The next decade brought distortion to everything, and that was clear with Nollapiste too. This album has some melodic riffs, each song has its own, but mostly the music is pop-rock. It's light to the ear with a lot of clever and meaningful lyrics.

This album can be considered one of their best seeing as how a lot of the songs find their way to the live sets even after 10 years. These include the two mentioned and Neljä Ruukkua Neliössä, which is a lyrical riddle I still haven't, after all the years, solved. To start analyzing a poets work while doing a cd-review would not make sense, and probably would lead us astray.

We've already said, that the album is the one that begun an era in Finnish rock music and especally in Nollapiste's music. How about the ones before? I see the band going more and more popwise on this album and bringing the popculture with them to the 21st century, while during the 90's the guys were really young and still trying to find their own style.

I shall conclude this short review with a praise. This album is definately in the top 5 of the best Finnish rock albums ever made. Yet, for the prog-fans it still serves the expected quality. The album sounds better after each listen. Just don't judge before you really know the record, like i did once. I believe the album deserves a whole 4 out of 5 in the international scene. If you like art-rock the least bit, give this one a go.

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 Muovi Antaa Periksi by ABSOLUUTTINEN NOLLAPISTE album cover Studio Album, 1995
2.96 | 4 ratings

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Review by clarke2001
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3 stars Am I the only non-Finnish reviewer to review this oddity? Oh well...the album is bizarre just as the story how I obtained it is...but let's stick to the music.

If a band was ever balancing between the prog rock and non-prog rock, that's the one. (except WISHBONE ASH, maybe?). Well, this one is not similar to any other band in that subcategory, and I dare say to any other band on this web site in general.

Pop elements are omnipresent. There is no "pop" thingie you can point your finger at, bit the songs are easy digestible. They often gave some ska/reggae/pop-rock core, but on the other hand they sound grungy very often. Chord progressions are weird. I mean, weird. Perhaps they're not elaborated with counterpoint, there are no complex jazz harmonies etc...the chords are mostly simple majors and minors. But the sequence of those chords...oh my..well think of NIRVANA or some other Seattle indie/grunge band.The songs are not prog, but the chords progressions are everything but usual. This album is dating from 1995, so I won't be surprised if it was really influenced by the grunge movement. However, the chords are weird because the sung melodies are weird (or vice versa), so it could be just a coincidence, nothing to do with aforementioned genre that I'm not particularly fond of. To put it simple, it sounds weird and unique, but not forced, in a word, it's good.

Despite all the oddities, the melodies are catchy. Perhaps because I like the vocal delivery so much. Liimatta's voice sounds like he will break in tears every second. It's mournful. However, the overall music picture is far from sad, and I really doubt the lyrics are said neither. Without understanding a single word of Finnish, without need to read band's biography, I KNOW there are some witty, unusual and probably funny lyrics going on. This is a labour of smart brains we are dealing with.

On a side note, there are some proggy moments here and there, synth and organ...well, you know. Just to show off some diversity. Nice.

Unfortunately, since I'm not able to fully appreciate the music because of my ignorance towards the language, the album drags a bit (for me). It's too long anyway; some songs are weaker, and after trying to listen to it in a whole, I'm exhausted rather than entertained. Which is a pity because some tracks are real gems.

No conclusion. I'm stuck in the cul de sac here. I like what I've heard, but I'm not sure should I (and/or where) investigate further. And I am not quite sure to whom to suggest it..surely to people who speak Finnish but....ME, suggesting this band to Finns, that's a bit pathetic, don't you think so?

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 Suljettu by ABSOLUUTTINEN NOLLAPISTE album cover Studio Album, 1999
4.43 | 12 ratings

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Review by CHAOTiC

5 stars "Suljettu" was the first Absoluuttinen Nollapiste album I heard. I got this from the local library after I had had enough of the praising comments towards the band and this album.

I put the album on my computer and started listening to it while surfing the net. So it went as a background music and sounded a bit boring to me. There was some highlights, though; "Kupit On Kuin Olisi Häät" which I had already heard and "Suvannossa Ylpeä Ilme" which had great sounding moments in it. When I listened to "Suljettu" for the second time (this time with stereos), it didn't suddenly have any boring moments on it. Nearly every track sounded good, especially "Sukututkimus Lannistaa" and above- mentioned "Suvannossa Ylpeä Ilme".

Thenceforth the album got better and better at every listening. After the loan-time I returned the album to library and suddenly the title "Suljettu" was found on the top of my CD-shopping list. It didn't appear there too long, though, because Santa Claus had a pleasant surprise for me.

The band is skilled, but they don't overtry. Instead they play extremely tight and the music GROOVES! That is unfortunately rare these days. The band isn't very well known in Finland or particularly anywhere else in the world. One of the things that can drive away some listeners is Tommi Liimatta's laconic way of singing combined to his odd lyrics.

It's a pity, that most of the foreign listeners can not understand the great story of "Suljettu". I think Liimatta is the best lyricist in Finland. At times the story of "Suljettu" makes you laugh and suddenly it makes you nearly cry.

This album is maybe the best Finnish album ever and extremely addictive for its great story, which I haven't solved yet perfectly. Stand-out tracks are "Kasvatus", "Sukututkimus Lannistaa", "Joen Silmille" and "Suvannossa Ylpeä Ilme".

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 Nimi Muutettu by ABSOLUUTTINEN NOLLAPISTE album cover Studio Album, 2002
3.95 | 10 ratings

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Review by Pekka

4 stars Since this was the first prog related album I bought and liked, aside from some metal stuff, I thought it would be appropriate to start my reviewing career off with this one (actually I've already done one, but that was a long time ago and I wasn't registered). Absoluuttinen Nollapiste had been traveling from their weird progpoprock towards more straightforward songwriting with every album since Muovi Antaa Periksi (the notable exception being the Suljettu's magnum opus Suvannossa Ylpeä Ilme) and Nimi Muutettu is widely regarded as their "pop" masterpiece before returning to prog with Mahlanjuoksuttaja released last year.

The album opens with beautiful piano & flute interplay, which is a combination heard frequently on the following tracks along with a hint of hard rock here, some moody keyboards there and more traditional proggish rock sound in between. The album is very much dominated by Aki Lääkkölä's wonderful guitar and piano work and the guest starring flute adds a great flavor throughout the album. The thing that sadly gets lost on foreigners is Tommi Liimatta's lyrics, highly respected in the Finnish not-the-most- mainstream rock scene. With his original laconic voice he sings powerful or sometimes just funnily weird lines on topics such as giving artificial respiration to a lamb, childhood swimming trips, divorce, political revolution and mr. God Almighty himself.

If you are a Finnish prog fan and for some reason have not yet gotten to know this band, you definitely should do so, because this is an excellent album by any standards. If you are a foreigner and not afraid to try some more exotic stuff for a change, this could be a very fine album to try out.

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 Olos by ABSOLUUTTINEN NOLLAPISTE album cover Studio Album, 2000
3.31 | 7 ratings

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Review by Eetu Pellonpää
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3 stars My boss recommended listening to this album, as he knew I was interested of progressive rock, and this band has been considered as a prog group at least here in Finland. The album intro revealed some post rock tones, and there were quite nice peaceful soundscapes on it. Sadly this starter was quite short, as I think it could have evolved further, and the rest of the tracks revealed band's true style. This appeared to be slightly artistic pop rock, maybe a softer version of other Finnish bands CMX or Y.U.P. Finnish lyrics mean limitless of global understanding of their non-musical message, which could also be seen as a beneficial factor. Sometimes I get slightly frustrated by artsy rock lyrics in my own language, as I cannot escape their constant flood from the radio or local parties. Some of these jokes were funny though, like "throw thy dishwater on smoldering open-wire". A couple of these songs resembled distantly a happier and bit more humorous version of Landberk's approach on their "Indian Summer" album. I must admit though that I like that album really much more. I listened this peaceful, even radio friendly record through once, and believe won't return to it ever again. Maybe it could be recommended for Finnish audiences interested of artistic pop music. For a non-Finnish music collectors this could be an example of Finnish independent rock music or an exotic pop album for potential investigation.

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