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Jussi Miettola

Jussi Miettola
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Finland
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Jussi Miettola is a Finnish musician who plays drums in Good Romans and other groups, but also creates electronic and other sounds.
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Pepa Päivinen / Jussi Miettola — Hirttomiehiä Työväenluokalle Pepa Päivinen / Jussi Miettola — Hirttomiehiä Työväenluokalle
(Finnish Explosions 007, 2019, CD / DL)
Pepa Päivinen & Good Romans — Felix Culpa Pepa Päivinen & Good Romans — Felix Culpa
(Finnish Explosion 006, 2018, CD / DL)
Pepa Päivinen & Good Romans — Tadpoles Pepa Päivinen & Good Romans — Tadpoles
(Karkia Mistika KARMI-071, 2016, CD)
Pepa Päivinen & Good Romans — Ghost of a Dog Pepa Päivinen & Good Romans — Ghost of a Dog
(Presence PRCD 042, 2014, CD)

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