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Shamániac
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Studio album by
Released04 October 2002
Recorded2001
GenreFolk metal
Length45:59
LabelNatural Born
ProducerJonne Järvelä
Samu Ruotsalainen
Shaman chronology
Idja
(1999)
Shamániac
(2002)
Spirit of the Forest
(2003)

Shamániac is the second and final studio album by the Finnish folk metal band Shaman, before they changed their name to Korpiklaani. The album has been produced by the Shaman frontman Jonne Järvelä and Samu Ruotsalainen, the drummer of the Finnish folk metal band Finntroll.

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Track listing

All songs written by Jonne Järvelä.

  1. "Mu sieiddi beales mun gottan (Kanöhta lávlla / Álihasta / Mu sieiddi beales mun gottan)" – 17:33
  2. "Ii lea voibmi" – 3:30
  3. "Shamániac" – 4:10
  4. "Jalla" – 4:44
  5. "Sugađit" – 8:28
  6. "Duoddarhálti" – 4:49
  7. "Vuola lávlla" – 2:45

Personnel

  • Jonne Järvelä – vocals, yoik, electric and acoustic guitars, shaman drum
  • Janne G'thau – bass
  • Hosse Latvala – drums, percussion
  • Veera Muhli – keyboards
  • Toni Nãykki – guitars
  • Samu Ruotsalainen – drums, additional bass


This page was last edited on 11 January 2019, at 19:59
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