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Midnattens Widunder Import

4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (11 Oct. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Spinefarm
  • ASIN: B00004KS4H
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 570,719 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Tracks: Intro 1:56 / Svartberg 4:06 / Rivfader 4:08 / Vätteanda 4:35 / Bastuvisan 1:18 / Blodnatt 5:11 / Midnattens Widunder 4:40 / Segersång 1:58 / Svampfest 2:03

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Format: Audio CD
Finntroll's debut album was the result of random experimentation by a few drunken musicians, but they have managed to form a whole career out of it. If you don't already know, Finntroll mix Finnish Polka with Black Metal, and sure enough, it works.
Weighing in at just thirty minutes, 'Midnattens Widunder' is short and to the point. Featuring a far more prominent use of keyboards than the follow-up, 'Jaktens Tid', this album may not be the most serious thing to come out of the Black Metal scene, but who cares? It's fun! Album highlight "Rivfader" is a fantastic amalgamation of all these elements, Trollhorn's keyboards playing just as big a part as the guitars of Skrymer and Somnium, whist the title track is Finntroll's greatest song to date, featuring a great keyboard riff and some insane babbling from Katla.
Whilst this will not be to everyone's taste (elitist Black Metallers stand up), this is something everyone can enjoy, not just extreme metal fans. With this record, Finntroll both set the foundation for what will (hopefully) be a long and successful career, and also recorded the best debut of 1999.
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Blending polka, folk and "joik" with brutal black metal can be a challenge but these finnish maniacs pulls it of amazingly well. I love this album! If you love black metal but you're tired of the same old recipe, BUY THIS! Highlights: Svartberg, Blodnatt, Segersång & Rivfader.
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This Album is amazing from the finnish trolls they blend there countries folk with with black metal.This album is Worthy of buying.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x88281e34) out of 5 stars 3 reviews
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8819321c) out of 5 stars TROLL POWER NYERGH 8 Jun. 2006
By See about me - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
What is Finntroll? Black metal + polka. Does it work? Oh yes. To start off, Finntroll isn't too far of an offshoot from the controversial symphonic black metal movement, with their synth-heavy misanthropic noise, but they avoid what makes certain peers terrible by not taking themselves seriously... At all. Despite the strained screaming and lyrics about eating Christians, the music is very jovial, bringing to mind a bunch of trolls drinking ale in the woods. Infectious "Um PA um PA" thythms, irregularly picked strings, flute and accordian arrangements permeate ambiguously tongue-in-cheek pseudo-blasphemy, rendering Finntroll a fun and unique listening experience like a skilled blacksmith. That isn't to say that Finntroll compromises their heaviness and freezing black metal sound, though, which makes them quite a paradox. There are epic phases of internal harmonizing that sporadically bloom out into petals of much deserved, cheesy bombasticism. Finntroll sounds good on conventional and unconventional levels, so no matter from which perspective you approach the music, it's nearly impossible not to be smiling near the end of the album.

- Thus says the Pellington
HASH(0x8819327c) out of 5 stars Great for fans (not necessarily a great intro to the band) 10 May 2013
By warthog - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
If you like Finntroll, then you love Finntroll and need this album.

It is less produced than other albums, and clearly experimental, but really hangs together and is worth having in your collection. This may sound weird, but if you have kids that like Finntroll they like this album since some of the orchestration is more 'folksy' but it still has kickin beats (my daughter, inexplicably, has been a fan since she was 2 yrs old- she insists on listening either to Tom Ze or Finntroll...). Pure metal fans will also find ear candy here- you can listen to whole songs online to see if you like it, but the album hangs together as a continuous work of art so I recommend getting it if you are at all interested in this music.
3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x88c77a68) out of 5 stars well I'm sure that they gave it their all 28 Jan. 2006
By Der Hammer des Kuchens - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
There ain't much to say it's just the same ol' finntroll blending death metal with hummpa, which sounds like music you would hear in a kid's Disney movie. One problem is that it's short, just under half an hour. Another thing is that the vocalist got on my nerves on some of the songs because his voiced sounded like it was a little worn out. You can hear clear vocals on some parts to some songs just like on Jaktens Tid. There are 2 instrumental pieces using the keyboard and some of the songs kinda have a medievel feel to them. The booklette comes with lyrics and english translations which are hard to read at times because of the background on the page. Overall this is a good finntroll cd and a must have for any fan, no matter the price.
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