History Music / Korpiklaani

15th Sep '17 7:32:39 AM Origin
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* BrokenRecord: A definite qualifier for this is "Rauta". During the chanting sections alone, the word "Iske!" ("Strike!",) is repeated ''thirty-nine'' times. If you add in everything outside the chanting and include its use in Finnish grammatical cases - "Teidat iski Ilmarinen!" (''You were struck/forged by Ilmarinen!''), "iskemällä", "iskeäkseen", "iskuista" and so on), the number of utterances of something related to that one word swells to just over ''ninety''.

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* BrokenRecord: A definite qualifier for this is "Rauta". During the chanting sections alone, the word "Iske!" ("Strike!",) is repeated ''thirty-nine'' times. If you add in everything outside the chanting and include its use in Finnish grammatical cases - "Teidat "Teidät iski Ilmarinen!" (''You were struck/forged by Ilmarinen!''), "iskemällä", "iskeäkseen", "iskuista" and so on), the number of utterances of something related to that one word swells to just over ''ninety''.
15th Sep '17 7:32:17 AM Origin
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* BrokenRecord: "Rauta". At one point, the word "Iske!" ("Strike!") is repeated ''thirty-nine'' times.
** "Vodka" uses, well, "vodka" pretty much every other word.

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* BrokenRecord: A definite qualifier for this is "Rauta". At one point, During the chanting sections alone, the word "Iske!" ("Strike!") ("Strike!",) is repeated ''thirty-nine'' times.
times. If you add in everything outside the chanting and include its use in Finnish grammatical cases - "Teidat iski Ilmarinen!" (''You were struck/forged by Ilmarinen!''), "iskemällä", "iskeäkseen", "iskuista" and so on), the number of utterances of something related to that one word swells to just over ''ninety''.
** "Vodka" uses, well, "vodka" pretty much every other word. Suffice to say, when Korpiklaani pick a topic for a song, they damn well stick to it!
5th Feb '17 8:55:42 AM Chabal2
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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: "Vodka" asserts that "Drinking is good for you!" and "You will feel awesome!".
5th Feb '17 8:54:53 AM Chabal2
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* AccentUponTheWorongSyllable: "Keep on Galloping" uses Ga-lopping.

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* AccentUponTheWorongSyllable: AccentUponTheWrongSyllable: "Keep on Galloping" uses Ga-lopping.
5th Feb '17 8:54:34 AM Chabal2
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* AccentUponTheWorongSyllable: "Keep on Galloping" uses Ga-lopping.


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** "Vodka" uses, well, "vodka" pretty much every other word.


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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: "Vodka" asserts that "Drinking is good for you!" and "You will feel awesome!".
23rd Jul '16 9:46:01 AM DeadlyAssassin
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* ''Noita'' (2015)
19th May '16 8:05:48 PM CptnLhurgoyf
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* LyricalDissonance: "Ievan Polkka" ([[MemeticMutation yes, that one]]) is a song about people dancing to polka at a party. Korpiklaani's cover makes it sound like a chant sung by a barbarian army as they ride into battle.
26th Jan '16 11:20:56 AM JonVonBass
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** Recently, "Rauta", with the repeated chorus of ''"Isku!"'' ("Strike!") chanted by the audience.

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** Recently, "Rauta", with the repeated chorus of ''"Isku!"'' ("Strike!") ''"Iske!"'' ("Strike!" as a verb, since it's about forging a sword) chanted by the audience.
19th Jan '16 10:21:32 PM aye_amber
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* WanderlustSong: "Journeyman".

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* WanderlustSong: "Journeyman"."Journeyman."
9th Aug '15 7:23:23 PM Prfnoff
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Korpiklaani are a Finnish FolkMetal band. They, along with {{Finntroll}}, are generally credited with the explosion of popularity that the genre has seen since the 00's.

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Korpiklaani are a Finnish FolkMetal band. They, along with {{Finntroll}}, Music/{{Finntroll}}, are generally credited with the explosion of popularity that the genre has seen since the 00's.
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