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Saturday, December 19, 2009

Hedningarna - Fire (1996)



5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Fiddles are actually used very extensively. But not hurdy-gurdys and bagpipes, I'll give you that.

Good post, great band!

Zer0_II said...

This looks very interesting. I'm downloading it right now. Thanks for the introduction Sab.

Anonymous said...

I was intrigued by the article on this group so I downloaded their music. They are very good. Even though I didn't understand any of the vocals or lyrics I still enjoyed the whole album! This was an excellent choice you offered. I must say you do offer some great music.

sab said...

Thank you Anonymous! I´m sorry i´m on the road for the time being.. but i love this blog and i´m glad you share my taste! Hope to keep up ;)

M. said...

This band is actually well known here and there. Back in the days these used to be obligatory dance party music around here. Once you familiarize yourself with the viking stomp, you may also like Varttina.