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Hedningarna
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Hedningarna ("The Heathens" in English) is a Swedish and, for some years partly Finnish, band that brings ancient Nordic music into the modern era. Their world is a place where primitive, brutal folk music collides with sampling and programming. The band was founded by Anders Norudde, Hållbus Totte Mattsson, and Björn Tollin in 1987. The band later added Finnish singers Sanna Kurki-Suonio and Tellu Paulasto.
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Hedningarna — & (Och) Hedningarna — & (Och)
((Not on label) BLCD42, 2012, CD)
Hedningarna — 1989-2003 Hedningarna — 1989-2003
(NorthSide NSD6075, 2003, CD)
Various Artists — Nordic Roots 3 Various Artists — Nordic Roots 3
(NorthSide NSD6060, 2001, CD)
Various Artists — Nordic Roots 2 Various Artists — Nordic Roots 2
(NorthSide NSD6040, 1999, CD)
Kepa Junkera — Bilbao 00:00 h Kepa Junkera — Bilbao 00:00 h
(Resistencia RESCD-065, 1998, 2CD)
Hedningarna — Karelia Visa Hedningarna — Karelia Visa
(NorthSide NSD6025, 1998, CD)
Various Artists — Nordic Roots Various Artists — Nordic Roots
(NorthSide NSD6016, 1998, CD)
Hedningarna — Hippjokk Hedningarna — Hippjokk
(NorthSide NSD6003, 1997, CD)
Hedningarna — Trä Hedningarna — Trä
(NorthSide NSD6008, 1994, CD)
Hedningarna — Kaksi! Hedningarna — Kaksi!
(NorthSide NSD6007, 1992, CD)
Hedningarna — Hedningarna Hedningarna — Hedningarna
(NorthSide NSD6057, 1989/2001, CD)

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