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Studio Album, released in 1995

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Milou
2. I.F.O.
3. The Kid
4. Balls
5. Spellbound Princess / Dance Macabre
6. A Sense of Longing
7. Olipa
8. Maid of Dreams
9. Eero

Line-up / Musicians

- Jarmo Saari / guitar, keyboards, programming
- Arttu Takalo / marimba, midivibes, programming
- Tuure Koski / bass
- Tomi Salesvuo / drums, percussion
Additional personnel:
- Lassi Volotinen / vocals
- Susanna Arminen / violin
- Jukka Hakokongas / accordion, Hammond, keyboards, programming
- Sonny Heinila / soprano & tenor saxophones
- Mongo Aaltonen / percussion
- Heikki Savolainen / programming

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CD Ondine Octopus OCTO 404-2

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