• Records purchased in 2007

    4 Feb 2007, 16:12 by kudusai

    001. Iron Maiden - A Matter Of Life And Death (CD)
    002. Sepultura - Dante XXI (CD)
    003. Mannhai - Hellroad Caravan (CD)
    004. Rammstein - Völkerball (DVD+CD)
    005. Christina Aguilera - Back To Basics (2CD)
    006. Nordic Trinity - Wonders Never Cease (CD)
    007. Viikate - Ei enkeleitä/Liperi twist (CDs)
    008. Dame - So Was It Worth Dying For (CD)

    009. Viikate - Unholan urut (CD)
    010. Viikate - Kuutamourakat -Riippumattomat pienjulkaisut- (CD)
    011. Tommi Liimatta - Tropical Cocktail (CD)
    012. Circle - Forest (CD)
    013. Circle - Tulikoira (CD)
    014. Circle - Earthworm (CD-EP)
    015. Circle featuring Verde - Tower (CD)
    016. Neurosis - Pain Of Mind (2CD)
    017. Isis - Clearing The Eye (DVD)
    018. V/A - Firesampler#5 (CD) *free
    019. V/A - Nuclear Blast Club Assault Vol.1 (CD) *free
    020. V/A - Tuhma Rock-kokoelma Vol.1 (CD) *free
    021. Air - Talkie Walkie (CD)
    022. Einstürzende Neubauten - Strategies Against Architecture Vol. 1 (CD)
  • Maritta Kuula has been singing for 20 years!

    19 Sep 2006, 22:57 by raw_u

    She had an amazing gig at Tavastia tonight. Warm-up was Nieminen & Litmanen, the first time I ever saw them live and they were great, as I supposed. But Maritta Kuula herself... this was the best gig I've ever seen from her! The new band is GREAT! They had done some new arrangement, some songs had Sly & Robbie /ska-flavors, some sounded surprisingly like Kaj Chydenius or russian romances. And she has always had that charisma, that voice, those songs with hooks... what a wonderful evening.

    I first heard Maritta as a singer of 500 kg lihaa, the avant-pop /experimental band she had with Kauko Röyhkä et al. at the 80s. It was love at first hearing. They made strong, strange versions of finnish poetry and some of their own songs as well. I have their music on vinyl, so you won't see them on my charts. They have recently reformed, but I haven't managed to see them live yet.

    I always thought she was not as good on records as she could; songs were mixed to sound strangely straight-forward rock…
  • Hello there you little ghost.

    31 Aug 2006, 12:13 by tokkopa

    For a couple of days I've been listening The White Stripes of course, Tehosekoitin, Turbonegro and Slayer. Oh, and also 500 kg lihaa.

    I haven't really listened my favourite band Tehosekoitin this much for ages, but now it's kicking me again. I really can't listen to some of the sad song of the band, got my reasons for that. But I am starting to tolerate all the bad and sad feelings that some songs make me feel (memories etc., you know). But somehow I've been remainded WHY I like Tehosekoitin so much; it's all about havin' fun, hanging out with friends and pure "rock'n'roll-monster-movie-show"ism!! :D

    And Turbonegro, oh yes. That's some shiggety shit outrageously blowing my mind (like the wind :----D)... AGAIN. Really a re-falling-in-love.

    The newest album of Slayer, Christ Illusion I got into my hands last weekend and I started listening it last monday. Hmm. There are pieces that I like quite a lot and pieces that I'm not so much into. Hard to say yet.