Synonyms for rakkaus or Related words with rakkaus
Examples of "rakkaus"
on ruma sana", Alanko criticizes the Finnish word "
" ("love") for being ugly. The song title can be translated as "Love Is a Bad Word", "Love Is an Ugly Word", or even "
Is an Ugly Word". Alanko later used the same title when he released a book of his song lyrics, "
on ruma sana - valitut laulutekstit" (2004).
The next album, "Agents Is Back!", was published in 1996. Hits included "Moskovan valot", "Salainen
" and "Salaperäinen".
" peaked at number six on the Official Finnish Download Chart and at number 16 on the Finnish Singles Chart.
The album debuted at number one on the Official Finnish Album Chart. Three singles were released: "Vie mut kotiin", "Järjetön
" and "Näytän sulle rannan".
" (Unlimited Love in Finnish) is perhaps the most known song released by Timo Rautiainen & Trio Niskalaukaus. It was released on the album Itku Pitkästä Ilosta and as a single.
Besides Sandie Shaw's own non-English renderings of "Long Live Love", the song was recorded in 1965 as "Kiva, kiva
" by Marion Rung, "Leve kärleken" by Lill-Babs and "Viva el amor" by .
Nowadays their singer Otto Grundström has also become known as a poet. He also featured as lead vocalist on the single "
repii meidät kappaleiksi" By the Finnish punk rock group Pää Kii in 2012.
Salokorpi has played guitar in Scandinavian Music Group and is the vocalist of his own band '’Atlético Kumpula '’. He has performed his own songs with his bands ’’Ihmepoika’’ and ’’ The Teenage Lesbians’’. Salokorpi has also produced Scandinavian Music Group's album "Hölmö
" () is the second single release by Finnish singer Jesse Kaikuranta from his first album "Vie mut kotiin". It was released as a digital single on 14 September 2012. The accompanying music video was uploaded to YouTube on 14 October 2012.
Kerkko Klemetti Koskinen (born 7 January 1973 in Espoo) is a Finnish musician. Koskinen was the founding member and lead figure of the retired band Ultra Bra. He composed nearly all of Ultra Bra's songs and was the band's pianist. His most well-known solo songs are "
viiltää" (""Love Cuts"") and "Sateentekijä" (""Rainmaker"").
Yö's biggest hits include songs like "Joutsenlaulu" (Swansong), "Likaiset legendat" (Dirty Legends), "Ihmisen poika" (Son of a Human), "
on lumivalkoinen" (Love is Snow-White), "Särkynyt enkeli" (Broken Angel), and "Tia-Maria (a Finnish woman's name)". The group started with punk rock influenced music but has later moved towards mainstream rock. Yö is the Finland's 10th best-selling music artist of all time with two multi-platinum, two double-platinum, six platinum and five gold records.
The film was shown in many foreign countries, especially those that were allied with Nazi Germany, such as Finland, where it made its debut on 8 March 1942 under the title of "
voittaa kaikken". Later it was renamed there to "Vapauden liekki", and in 1941, it was banned from the stages. The movie was also shown in Italy ("La volpe insanguinata"), Greece ("I epanastatis") and even in the Soviet Union ("Vozmezdie"). After the war, it was banned by the Allies.
His debut album, also titled "Vie mut kotiin", was released on 2 November 2012 and went straight to number one on the Official Finnish Album Chart selling platinum. The album was produced by Matti Mikkola and Eppu Kosonen and includes work by Aki Tykki, DJPP, Paula Vesala, Freeman and Hector. The follow-up single "Järjetön
" was released on 14 November 2012 and the third single "Näytän sulle rannan" on 25 January 2012.
tulessa is the thirty-eighth album by Finnish experimental rock band Circle, a collaboration with Finnish electronic music pioneer Erkki Kurenniemi. The album was released in July 2011 to coincide with Kurenniemi's seventieth birthday. The vinyl-only album marries together two recordings - vocals by Kurenniemi recorded in 1972, and Krautrock-style music by Circle from 1999. The two elements were subsequently "mashed-up" (as the sleevenotes describe it) by Circle bassist and bandleader Jussi Lehtisalo and longtime Circle sound engineer Tuomas Laurila. The album was co-produced by filmmaker Mika Taanila who in 2002 made a documentary film on Kurenniemi, called "The Future Is Not What It Used To Be".
The final was organised by broadcaster YLE at the Hotel Lord in Helsinki, hosted by Jani Juntunen and Silvia Modig. Twelve songs had participated in a radio-only semi-final in January, with the top six as chosen by public vote going through to the televised final. The winning song was chosen by a split between televoting and an "expert" jury and the final result proved unpopular as "A Little Bit" had not been placed first either by the televoters or the jury (who had chosen "Sleepwalker" and "Viha ja
" respectively) and was considered a safe compromise winner.
On November 24, 2015, Carter previewed a sample of a single titled "Fool's Gold" via Billboard, which will be on his upcoming EP, "LØVË", set for release in February 2017, as well as an album set for release in late 2017. The album is written by Carter, Jon Asher, Melanie Fontana, Taylor (Lakestreet Louie) Helgeson and Michel Schulz. The album is set to be executive produced and independently released by Carter on his new Record Label venture,
Records. The single and music video for "Fool's Gold" were released on April 1, 2016 as the first single from the EP and album. Carter released another new single from the "LØVË" EP, "Sooner or Later", on January 20, 2017.
Tapani Kansa made his first record deal in 1967 and had a breakthrough the next year, with his version of the hit song "Delilah", translated into Finnish. Tapani Kansa had established a career in singing at a very young age. He had started studying singing in the Kotka music academy in the middle 1960s. His colourful performance style brought him lots of work on the TV. His early hit songs include "Kuljen taas kotiinpäin" ("I am walking home again"), "Eloise" and "Käymme yhdessä ain" ("We will always go together"). In 1976, Tapani Kansa achieved great success with his songs "R-A-K-A-S" ("D-E-A-R"), "Hafanana" and "Melina". The next year he released the album "Mistä
alkoi" ("Where did the love start"), which presented a more pop music style Tapani Kansa: The album contains a Finnish version of Elton John's song "Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word" - in Finnish "Anteeksi on vaikea pyytää" ("It is hard to apologise").
The debut, "Nummela", is one of the best-selling Finnish records – it has sold over 150,000 copies (quintuple platinum). The album is named after Kela's former hometown Nummela, in Vihti. His biggest hits from that album were "Mikan faijan BMW", "Kaksi sisarta", "Puistossa" and "Nummela". The next single "Milla" was in the triple platinum version of the album. It is the best selling single ever in Finland. The 2nd album "Suuria kuvioita" in 2003 included one of his biggest hits, "1972". The album sold platinum. The 3rd album "
on murhaa" got a gold record in 2005. The 2009 album, "Aukio", was a concept album telling a story of a miner. It debuted at number four on the Finnish album chart, but the sales were disappointing. Only the song "Aamu" was a hit. Kela ended the deal with Sony Music after the compilation album "Singlet 2000 – 2010" and signed a deal with Live Nation. His self-titled album "Anssi Kela" was published in March 2013. On the album he plays all the instruments himself, except one saxophone solo, and like in all of his albums he has written all the songs himself. He also produced, arranged and recorded the album. The first single "Levoton tyttö" was the most played song on the Finnish radio in 2013. The song resulted in his comeback.
After the war, Linna got married and started writing whilst working at the mills during the day. Throughout his time at Finlayson, Väinö Linna read avidly. Such authors as Schopenhauer, Dostoyevsky, and Nietzsche gained Linna's respect. Linna later said that Erich Maria Remarque's "All Quiet on the Western Front" had also had a great influence on him. However, Linna's first two novels "Päämäärä" and "Musta
" sold poorly; he also wrote poetry but did not enjoy success with that either. Not until the release of The Unknown Soldier (1954) did he rise to fame. It is evident that at the time there was a distinct social need for a novel that would deal with the war and ordinary people's role in it. A decade after the peace treaty with the Soviet Union many Finns were ready to reminisce, some even in a critical manner. "The Unknown Soldier" satisfied that need completely, as its characters were unarguably more diverse, realistic yet heroic, than those of earlier Finnish war novels. The book soon became something of a best-seller, as it sold 175,000 copies in only six months – quite a lot for a Finnish novel in the 1950s. Yet, the reception of the book was harsh. In Finland's biggest newspaper, Helsingin Sanomat, the critic Toini Havu argued in her infamous review that Linna did not present his characters in a grand historical and ethical context, which she thought was crucial. Also modernists treated "The Unknown Soldier" with contempt. At the time Tuomas Anhava referred to "The Unknown Soldier" as a "boy's book" because of its action-packed storyline. The acceptance of the general public and Linna's determination were, however, enough to outdo the criticism in the end.
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