Tietajan Laulu

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Tietäjän Laulu
Studio album by
ReleasedJune 26, 2008
Genre Post-rock, ambient, doom metal
Length44:51
Label BadMoodMan Music
Kauan chronology
Lumikuuro
(2007)
Tietäjän Laulu
(2008)
Aava Tuulen Maa
(2009)

Tietäjän Laulu is the second full-length album by Russian post-rock band Kauan, released on BadMoodMan Music in 2008.

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Vmesto Slez" - 6:37
  2. "Kyynelten Sijaan" - 09:25
  3. "Pesnja Materi" - 06:01
  4. "Äidin Laulu" - 12:02
  5. "Prozrachni Cvetok" - 8:12
  6. "Orkidea" - 10:34

Personnel

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