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  1. Apelsin is an Estonian pop band created in 1974 by Tõnu Aare. Their lyrics are in both Estonian and Russian languages. During the Soviet era their…

  2. Tõnis Mägi is an Estonian singer and songwriter who has been probably the most influential and remarkable name in the Estonian rock music for the…

  3. Genialistid is an alternative rock band from Estonia consisting of Ivar Põllu on vocals, Feliks Kütt on bass, Karl Laanekask on solo guitar, Allan Ait…

  4. Urmas Alender (November 22, 1953 – September 28, 1994) was the lead singer of Ruja, an Estonian rock band, active in the 70's 80's and 90's. His…

  5. Vanemõde is an Estonian punk rock band from Tallinn. Their most active period was from 1985 to 1989, but they have reunited on several occasions…

  6. Jaak Joala (26. juuni 1950 - 25. september 2014) oli eesti laulja ja muusikapedagoog.

    Alustas oma muusikukarjääri Olav Ehala popansamblis Kristallid…

  7. Metro Luminal is an Estonian post-punk/alternative rock band founded in 1986 as Ükskõik by guitarist Rainer Jancis, bassist/lyricist Mait Vaik and…

  8. Onu Bella alias Igor Maasik was chemistry teacher and currently cat-lover from Tartu, Estonia who has written several cover-songs with funny…

  9. It's an Estonian punk band which was formed in the end of October of 1982. The first members were Ivo Uukkivi (aka Munk), Allan Vainola, Peep…

  10. Bläck Rokit was an Estonian one man comedy band by Peeter Oja, who wrote nearly all the songs himself. The exceptions being "Nikita ja Vitja" and…

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