WALTARI: 'Early Years' Collection To Arrive Next Week

A WALTARI two-CD collection, entitled "Early Years", is scheduled for release in Finland on May 31. The double album will include the following:

CD 1:

Remastered re-release of first album "Monk Punk"; special version with additional songs, recorded by the original trio (Jariot, Kärtsy, Sale) during winter 2005/2006.

CD 2:

Remastered re-release of "Pala Leipaa - Ein Stueckchen Brot"; collection of early singles and EP releases and unreleased songs. The package also includes a poster booklet containing lots of information and showing a bunch of old WALTARI photos.

WALTARI's latest CD, "Blood Sample", was issued in Europe on April 24 via Dockyard 1, the new company formed by Dirk Putzke, Christine Stephan (both ex-Sanctuary/Noise Records) and Piet Sielck (IRON SAVIOR). The album was originally released in Finland last September.


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