Synonyms for vuodet or Related words with vuodet

parhaat              laulut              kaikkien              suosikkia              rakkauden              kulkurin              aikojen              kaikki              ihana              lauluni              lauluja              ihminen              kasvot              rakkaus              palaa              sinun              maailman              viimeinen              lapset              kolmas              taivas              runoja              poika              vastaan              nainen              onnellinen              ihmisen              enkeli              maailmaa              yhden              kaksi              pieni              levoton              laulu              taivaan              joulu              valitut              kotimaa              paluu              valssi              tuomari              matkalla              uutta              kulkuri              jumala              noita              kaunis              laulujen              joulun              kadonneet             



Examples of "vuodet"
Vihan Vuodet is a compilation of the two earlier split releases by the black metal bands Horna and Musta Surma. It was released on Grievantee Productions in 2005. It was later re-released by Moribund Records on May 8, 2007.
Hellsinki () is a 2009 Finnish film directed by Aleksi Mäkelä. The film is based on the novel "Rööperi – rikoksen vuodet 1955–2005" by Harri Nykänen and Tom Sjöberg. "Hellsinki" follows the journey of two criminals, Tomppa and Krisu, in Punavuori (in slang "Rööperi"), a neighbourhood in Helsinki, from the mid-1960s to the late 1970s.
By the 1990s, Spede was himself tired of sketch-work but produced Aake Kalliala's and Pirkka-Pekka Petelius's Pulttibois and Tsa Tsa Tsaa as well as the sporty competition show Speden Spelit. Pasanen also produced more drama-programming such as Hynttyyt Yhteen, Blondi Tuli Taloon and Ihmeiden tekijät (as well as its follow-up Parhaat Vuodet). Many of these shows became stables of MTV3 with many of them airing for several seasons. Spede also approved the production of the dramedy-series Kuumia Aaltoja which aired in 2003 (two years after his death).