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Ajatuksia Maailman Laidalta
Review by Gary Hill
I don't know what they put in the water in the Scandinavian countries, but the musicians in that region seem to have a way with classic progressive rock. In the case of Viima we get that sound with lots of Renaissance thrown into the mix.

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Kahden Kuun Sirpit
Review by Gary Hill
The latest disc from Viima continues the traditions that we heard on their previous one.
 

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