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Shamániac

Shaman

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
2002
Catalog ID:
NBR 002
Version desc.:
Limited edition, Digipak, Enhanced
Label:
Natural Born
Format:
CD
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 80%)
1. Mu sieiddi beales mun gottan 17:33   Show lyrics
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2. Ii lea voibmi 03:30   Show lyrics
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3. Shamániac 04:10  
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4. Jalla 04:44  
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5. Sugaðit 08:28  
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6. Duoddarhálti 04:49   Show lyrics
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7. Vuola lávlla 02:45   Show lyrics
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Band members
Janne G'thaur Bass
Toni Näykki Guitars
Veera Muhli Keyboards
Hosse Latvala Percussion
Jonne Järvelä Vocals (lead), Vocals (yoik), Guitars, Guitars (acoustic), Shaman drum
Guest/Session
Samu Ruotsalainen Drums, Bass (additional)
Henri Sorvali Keyboards
Miscellaneous staff
Samu Ruotsalainen Producer
Jonne Järvelä Producer
Jani Kanerva Artwork
Ozzie Rissanen Engineering
Janne G'thaur Bass
Toni Näykki Guitars
Veera Muhli Keyboards
Hosse Latvala Percussion
Jonne Järvelä Vocals (lead), Vocals (yoik), Guitars, Guitars (acoustic), Shaman drum
Samu Ruotsalainen Drums, Bass (additional)
Henri Sorvali Keyboards
Samu Ruotsalainen Producer
Jonne Järvelä Producer
Jani Kanerva Artwork
Ozzie Rissanen Engineering
Read the pulsing beat of the... 80% Adamas May 20th, 2005

Includes "Ođđa máilbmi" video.

'Vuola lávlla' was later reworked to 'Beer Beer' from Korpiklaani's 'Voice of Wilderness' album.

The song 'Shamániac' appeared on the 'Shamaani Duo' album 'Hunka lunka' in an early form. Back then the song was called 'Šamanát'.

English song titles translation:
1. I Kill for My Seita*
2. I Have No Power
3. Shamaniac
4. Crazy
5. Swing on the aves
6. Master of Mountains
7. The Beer Song

* A "seita" (also written "seida", "seid" or "seyda") is a sacred place in the Sami culture; it can be a stone, a lake, a natural formation or even a particular human artifact.

Recording information:

Recorded & mixed at BT-Powerhouse October 2001.
Mastered at SDC Finland Oy.

Identifiers:

Barcode: 5000055668458
Mould SID Code: IFPI 6841
Matrix / Runout: SDC NBR-002 020109214
Rights Society: TEOSTO
Other (ISRC): ISRC-FINBR02-00001 - 00007

Added by: (Unknown user) Modified by: Krister Jensen
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