Popeda

Popeda

seen live, finnish, rock, suomirock, pop

Popeda is a Finnish rock band hailing from Tampere's Ikuri and one of the staples of Manserock. Epe Helenius, who signed the band for Poko Rekords in 1977, called the band "Finnish Rolling Stones". Musically their style is a combination of rhythm'n'blues and boogie, with humorous lyrics by their vocalist Pate Mustajärvi, often concerning girls, cars and drinking. Popeda was founded in November 1977 by Pauli "Pate" Mustajärvi and Ilari "Ilpo" Ainiala.

Live at the BBC [1995]
  • 1. HOLTITON NAINEN (3:27)
  • 2. Kuulat Sekaisin (3:08)
  • 3. Nyrkki-Kyllikki (2:56)
  • 4. VANKILALAULU (2:54)
  • 5. SELMA (3:16)
  • 6. LAURI MOSKOVASSA (2:14)
  • 7. PUNAISTA JA MAKEAA (2:52)
  • 8. MASUUNIMESTARIN MUSTA MAANANTAI (2:13)
  • 9. Olen Valmis (3:48)
  • 10. Raswaa Koneeseen (2:39)
  • 11. Palle and the Boys (3:30)
  • 12. SOITTOMATKALLA (3:36)
  • 13. Työtön Kummitus (2:12)
  • 14. BEBOBBAHOBBIN (2:13)
  • 15. VIIMEISET KAUPUNGIT (3:34)