Korpiklaani - Tales Along This Road

8.3 | 372 votes |
Release date: 21 April 2006
Style: Folk metal


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01. Happy Little Boozer
02. Vakirauta
03. Midsummer Night
04. Tuli Kokko
05. Spring Dance
06. Under The Sun
07. Korpiklaani
08. Rise
09. Kirki
10. Hide Your Riches
11. Free Like An Eagle [Japanese bonus]

The best Folk Metal album of 2006

Guest review by
Doc G.
Well here it is, another Korpiklaani album "Tales Of The Forest"...erm...I mean "Tales Along This Road," and let's just say it's nothing new from these guys.

Don't let the above statement fool you; this is a very good album, it just doesn't stray very far from anything they've done before. The great thing about Korpiklaani that first struck my interest is unlike most folk metal bands, the music does not revolve around battle or much folklore but instead is more about drinking and dancing. This album is just as fun-filled as any other Korpiklaani album, and very, very, very cheesey. The album begins with "Happy Little Boozer," a bouncy drinking tune that breaks into a fast charging chant-along type song. The entire album consists of mostly drinking songs that are great fun to sing along with, and just as usual Jonne has that goofy drunkard sounding voice.

published 30.06.2007 | Comments (15)

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20.11.2012 - 18:47
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Im really not much a korpiklaani fan, because i think most of their albums are kinda boring. However "tales along this road" is the best in korpiklaanis catalogue.
21.01.2017 - 21:33
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3 songs stood out song1 , self titled and nr 3, rest was just party but dancing, drinking then you need ending as getting laid, but well
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