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Alamaailman Vasarat

Alamaailman Vasarat
Country
Finland
Profile
Alamaailman Vasarat ("The Hammers of the Underworld") is an avant-garde Finnish musical group formed in 1997. They refer to their music as "fictional world music" and it combines diverse elements with rock.
Website
http://www.facebook.com/alamaailmanvasarat/
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Releases on file (6)
Alamaailman Vasarat — Valta Alamaailman Vasarat — Valta
(Laskeuma LR05, 2012, CD)
Alamaailman Vasarat — Huuro Kolkko Alamaailman Vasarat — Huuro Kolkko
(Laskeuma LR02, 2009, CD)
Alamaailman Vasarat — Maahan Alamaailman Vasarat — Maahan
(Silence SLC 029, 2007, CD)
Tuomari Nurmio & Alamaailman Vasarat — Kinaporin Kalifaatti Tuomari Nurmio & Alamaailman Vasarat — Kinaporin Kalifaatti
(Pyramid 1000 231382, 2005, CD)
Alamaailman Vasarat — Käärmelautakunta Alamaailman Vasarat — Käärmelautakunta
(Silence SLC 014, 2003, CD)
Alamaailman Vasarat  — Vasaraasia Alamaailman Vasarat — Vasaraasia
(Silence SLC 012, 2000, CD)

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