OK, my labour of love for the past years is here, finally available for your pleasure!
A double CD with 18 tracks of the finest organic wild trance, presented in a special ecological case with a beautiful booklet!
The previous album, Kotiin haltiakansan luo, is now included in this release, in the new remastered and analog studio polished version.
Prices with priority mail included are as following:
1 Disc FIN/ EU/ World/ Russia & Ukraine : 12/ 14/ 17 / 30€
3 Discs FIN/ EU/ World/ Russia & Ukraine : 33/ 34/ 38/ 58 €
5 Discs FIN/ EU/ World/ Russia & Ukraine : 46/ 48/ 58/ 76 €
10 Discs FIN/ EU/ World/ Russia & Ukraine : 87/ 90/ 100/ 126 €
Prices to Russia and Ukraine are so high because I have to insurance all packcages, and I can’t recycle packacing materials since only unused envelopes are allowed. This is especially stupid for single discs, so it pays off to order a bunch with your friends to these countries.
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IBAN – FI2821332000060501
Account holder name – Kim Åke
SWIFT (not necessarily needed!) – NDEAFIHH
In sound a bit darker and harder than Kotiin haltiakansan luo, brought alive by a lot of new analog gear I’ve aquired, it’s the perfect companion to Kotiin haltiakansan luo, which is included in a new remixed and mastered version with the album.
Housed in a recycled cardboard casing containing no plastic parts, with a 8 page booklet printed on FSC certified paper from ecological forestry. The inks used are vegetable based, and the CD is shipped in a re-sealable biodegradable bag.
Notice that despite my several prood readings, there is an error in the tracklisting. The correct order for the last three tracks on CD2 is:
7 – Uin läpi avaruuden tähtien
8 – Tulevaisuuden samea Vesi
9 – Farewell tomorrow, welcome yesterday
Also, the sleeves are not unbleached as stated on the back. I decided at the last moment together with the graphics people at the press to use a white base, because the colours are so light… On a brown background they wouldn’t show up much. I sent new gfx files to reflect this change, but something went boom, and they used the old ones anyway :/ Well, one more issue I need to clear out with the plant…