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    Quote Originally Posted by xdrewsiferx View Post
    thats interesting....thanks for the share Drew!
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    Its Finnish Folk Metal

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    Quote Originally Posted by xdrewsiferx View Post
    Its Finnish Folk Metal
    I was just digging into that...didn't know there was such a thing...and I love folk and metal, so...winning!
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    Good thread. Being a bit of a muso, it's a good way to get know you all a bit more. I have a broad taste but ill post some kiwi tunes when I get time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbob View Post
    Good thread. Being a bit of a muso, it's a good way to get know you all a bit more. I have a broad taste but ill post some kiwi tunes when I get time!
    "Kiwi tunes? that's a thing?" he asked excitedly.
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    I don't always listen to Finnish Folk Metal, but when I do......
    Actually, I really liked that.

    The Sisters of Mercy, Valentine, from early 80s.

    More recent, Rasputina, like Apocalyptica use of cellos rather than guitars.

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    Lets see - original Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band, Ornett Coleman, Sun Ra, Sonny Sharrock, Harry Partch - I will think of more don't worry.

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