Aalut, who has sold so many LPs, cassettes and CDs that everything is completely sold out, is now out with a collection of their best works throughout 5 albums. This best-of-record contains 17 songs and it contains hits for hits! The songs are still heard on KNR daily and finally the songs are available to people again, but this time with better sound than the originals as it has been modernized to today's quality. Aalut is known for their reggae rhythms and exciting multi-voice vowels.
This CD contains 11 tracks (2005), and as always, Enok hits its listeners right in the heart with its splendid lyrics and recognizable singing voice that his fans love throughout Greenland. Even though he keeps the style, this CD still differs from his previous releases, not least because of the good sound on the CD and his new songs. Enok continues to surprise, and this time he has among other guests such as Hans Rosenberg (drums) and Jim Milne (piano). An extremely beautiful album that caters mostly from the middle aged audience to the elderly.
Atlantic Studio's first release was with the Isit group, which was recorded in 1998. Isit comes from Aasiaat and consists of 4 band members. The album contains 10 tracks. The numbers are pop / rock and are hosted by Karl Sivertsen (formerly in Sume). A few of the songs are singed by Ane Vahl from Nanortalik. The topics are most about love and sing with an Aasiaat accent by Ango Olsen. The melodies are melodic and the actual guitar game is great game. The music is mostly young.
This record was recorded in 1999. It contains 8 tracks. All songs are sung by youngsters from Narsaq and the style is very popular song with calm numbers. It was Silamiut in Narsaq's youth club Nanoq who collaborated with a group of selected youngsters to make the album reality, and that was fine. The songs are about upbringing, sport, love and other youthful topics.
Nuutit comes from Nuuk, and has released before. They have probably never been as successful as they came with this album. People became totally wild with them, not least because of the guests Julie Berthelsen and Nina Kreutzmann. The songs are beautiful and thoughtful. Hans Jukku Noahsen (Qarsoq) sings beautiful and plays an amazing guitar. Pilu Noahsen and Birgitte Platou sing beautifully, making their numbers most popular in radio stations. The record was recorded in 2002 and contains 12 pop-up tracks. It has sold to silver and still sells on full drunk.
Pilu Noahsen has now released his debut album "Pissanganarsileqaaq" and it is undoubtedly one of the albums of the year! Pilu is already a famous name in the world of music where she has participated in groups like Nuutit, Qarsoq and Qullissara as a crossword. This time she is allowed to embark on an entire album that involves rock, pop and well-written ballads, and her vocal is absolutely eminent. Juuna A. Sethsen has written nine out of ten songs on the album while Mads Petersen has written a single song. The helping hands of the album have also had an important role with Titben Jacobsen on saxophone, Adam Kjeldsen on rhythm guitar and choir and Nathan Kreutzmann on choir. Juuna A. Sethsen has been responsible for the theme of the songs as well as how the entire album should be arranged and it's really a great job that we at Atlantic Music are proud to publish. Juuna A. Zethsen has also played guitar and keyboard roles and helped with some choir. Aalut Zethsen plays drums on the album and Malik Andersen plays bass. These boys already know each other well from their own band "Arctic Spirits" and it may sound that they are combined to win this project, which will probably heat many homes in the cold winter season.
1: Taamanimiit maannamut
2: Isaakkit assatit
3: C´est Si Bon
4: nuuneq Pisarput
6: Ikinngut Asasaq
10: Asannguaq Sinilluarina