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Pahinta Tänään -kokoelma

Indica

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Customer Reviews

Like being in prison !

Living in England and thinking we had the best music in the world, I was literally gobsmacked when I heard Indica's songs, songwriting of the highest order, catchy tunes everywhere and love the violin/guitar stuff. They're bloody gorgeous to look at as well. Bargain.
PMMP are good as well. Has really shocked me how blinkered we have become, to dismiss the idea of music from 'europe' has been naive in the extreme. I will be buying their albums and can't wait to discover more from Finland and the rest of Scandinavia. Shame they are only touring Germany. They must obviously be more open minded than us? Never thought I'd say that !!

Biography

Formed: 2002 in Finland

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

The Finnish all-girl suomirock group Indica formed in 2002 with teenagers Johanna "Jonsu" Salomaa, Heini, Sirkku, Jenny, and Laura. Singing in Finnish and forging an accessible pop sound with witchy, goth rock sensibilities, the girls caught the attention of Sony BMG's Jani Jalonen in 2003. Indica's debut album on that label, Ikuinen Virta, hit stores in the summer of 2004 and eventually went platinum in...
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Pahinta Tänään -kokoelma, Indica
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  • £8.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: 16 October 2009

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