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Poll Question: Which is your favourite and tell me to which one to proceed?
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    Posted: October 16 2007 at 20:46
My wife and I have a love the album Tammikuinen Tammela and we were wondering whether we should check the next albums.
 
So which album do you love most and do you think we should bother with any of their next releases and if so which (or maybe both)?
 
 
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UZVA was formed at 1995 by Heikki Puska, Pekko Sams, Olli Kari and Lauri Kajander. UZVA's music is instrumental and mostly acoustic, and it is influenced by jazz- and progbands of early 70's (TASAVALLAN PRESIDENTTI and Mike OLDFIELD f. ex.).

They have released two CD's, and the band is still active, so there will possibly be more releases coming in the future. "Tammikuinen Tammela" is the first one, and it's name refers to a january, when Heikki composed the album's material at Tammela. "Niittoaika" is the second one, which has some ZAPPA influences in it.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 16 2007 at 23:41
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 17 2007 at 02:22
I personally prefer Niittoaika and secondly Uoma. In my oppinion the first one has unfortunately not so "juicy and athmospheric soundspectrum" as the rest ones. My personal advice for You is to purchase their next releases surely!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 17 2007 at 05:44
I personally prefer Niittoaika
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 17 2007 at 05:52
I also slightly preferred Niittoaika. Uoma has some magical moments, but its length takes away some of its power.

Still, they're easily one of the best/most interesting modern prog bands, so get 'em both! Thumbs%20Up
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 17 2007 at 21:16
Thanks for the advices folks!
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