Tontilla taas

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Tontilla taas
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Studio album by Nopsajalka
Released 2006
Language Finnish
Label Monsp Records
Nopsajalka chronology
Tontilla taas
5 sormee
(2009) 5 sormee2009

Tontilla taas is the debut solo studio album by Finnish musician Nopsajalka. [1] Released in October 2006, the album peaked at number 32 on the Finnish Albums Chart. [2]

Antti Ilmari Hakala, professionally known as Nopsajalka, is a Finnish musician and producer. Aside from his solo career, he has been a member of the bands Elokuu, Soul Captain Band and Kapteeni Ä-ni. To date, Nopsajalka has released five studio albums.

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Track listing

1."Tuli talos" (featuring Raappana)3:30
2."Haluun takas"2:42
3."Tontilla taas" (featuring Super Janne)3:46
4."Luonnollinen nainen"2:29
5."Omaa juttuu" (featuring Jodarok)3:34
7."Parhaat bileet" (featuring Mariska)2:36
8."Aitoo kamaa (Oikea rakkaus ei odota)"3:18
9."Hyvää huolta"3:03
11."Lisää liekkii"3:13
12."Hyvää elämää" (featuring Paarma) 


Chart (2006)Peak
Finnish Albums (Suomen virallinen lista) [2] 32

Release history

Region Date Format Label
Finland 2006 CD, LP Monsp Records

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  1. "Nopsajalka". iTunes. Retrieved 31 March 2014.
  2. 1 2 "Nopsajalka: Tontilla taas" (in Finnish). Musiikkituottajat – IFPI Finland. Retrieved 24 March 2014.