Tenhi – Folk Aesthetic 1996-2006 - 3LP
In order to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the band, TENHI treat their fans to an all-inclusive, three-LP compilation.
This is not to be seen as a regular album, but rather as a collection of rare tracks for die-hard fans.
On three full-length LPs, you will find:
- the sought-after TENHI demo “Kertomusika” from 1997, for the first time available in digital form on this compilation;
- the two mini-CDs “Hallavedet” (1998) und “Airut:Ciwi” (2001) that have been sold out for a long time; - a coherent album unity called “Kaski” that has been unreleased so far;
- the two bonus tracks from the re-released version of “Kauan”; - some demo and alternative versions of regular TENHI songs.
- Vinyl 3LP (black 140g vinyl) incl. printed inner sleeves and protection sleeve (500 copies available)
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