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  1. Biography Shamaani Duo. While other folk metal bands began with metal before adding folk music, Korpiklaani started with folk music before turning metal. The roots of Korpiklaani can be traced back to a Sami folk music group under the name of "Shamaani Duo", an "in house restaurant band" created by Jonne Järvelä in An album of folk music (Hunka Lunka) was released under this name.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Korpiklaani - Karkelo at Discogs. Complete your Korpiklaani collection.
  3. WOODEN PINTS es una canción de Korpiklaani que se estrenó el 10 de noviembre de , este tema está incluido dentro del disco Spirit of the Forest. Wooden Pints (en español) Ver Letra Original. Hay hombres, bajo tierra Que nunca han visto el sol Pero lo que realmente saben cómo divertirse.
  4. Korpiklaani's eighth full-length, Manala, comes out with a bonus CD containing the whole album sung in English - of which I will not talk about, since I will focus only on the "original" twelve tracks of the Finnish version - and it marks a significant break in the not-that-long career of .
  5. Korpiklaani's songs: Listen to songs by Korpiklaani on Myspace, Stream Free Online Music by Korpiklaani Korpiklaani. Photos Wooden Pints. Korpiklaani. Spirit of the Forest. 1. Crows Bring the Spring. Korpiklaani. Spirit of the Forest. 1.
  6. Korpiklaani are a Finnish Folk Metal band. They, along with Finntroll, are generally credited with the explosion of popularity that the genre has seen since the 00's. Their origins are rather unique in the genre: most folk metal bands started as metal bands that added folk later; Korpiklaani started off as a folk band and added metal. Specifically, they started as Shamaani Duo, a Sami folk.
  7. Little men from underground Who have never seen the sun But the really know how to party [Chorus:] The rise their wooden pints and they yoik and sing And they fight and dance 'till the morning Tables full, reindeer meat And the camp fire shines and the brick walls are full candles Tables full, wooden pints They don't care about their sins They just wanna get drunk and party [Chorus] Long war.

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