|Studio album by Nopsajalka|
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|1.||"Tuli talos" (featuring Raappana)||3:30|
|3.||"Tontilla taas" (featuring Super Janne)||3:46|
|5.||"Omaa juttuu" (featuring Jodarok)||3:34|
|7.||"Parhaat bileet" (featuring Mariska)||2:36|
|8.||"Aitoo kamaa (Oikea rakkaus ei odota)"||3:18|
|12.||"Hyvää elämää" (featuring Paarma)|
|Finnish Albums (Suomen virallinen lista)||32|
|Finland||2006||CD, LP||Monsp Records|
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