Naneruaq's biggest seller is the CD "Aqqusineq", which contains 11 great songs. Everyone remembers songs like "Ikitsisaarniaq" and "Aqqusineq", which will never be obsolete. This CD was produced in 1985, and it is very varied to listen as there are two pointers - Niels Platou and Ulrik Augustussen (also known from Niivertut). The texts are well written and the sound image itself is very spacious, just like many other productions from that time. The CD is intended for both young and old. Naneruaq comes from Maniitsoq.
After their first success, they were almost bound to come out with a new record. This made them to the highest extent by publishing a CD that became even more popular than the first. This CD is one of Greenland's best-selling CDs ever. It was produced in 1988 and contains 10 songs - including "Miki" and "Unnuaq Sungamami?". Siiva's unique singing voice hits the audience with an indescribable energy that captures the listener completely. Zikaza - Greenlandic music at its best! This is proved every time Siiva is on stage and there is always a crowded crowd of people of both young and old.
Inneruulat comes from Aasiaat and has produced 10 numbers for this album. The numbers are very popular with, among other things, the big hit "Inneruulatut Najorarpugut". The CD was released back in 1988. After this album, Inneruulat has also released two others, and they are really good at keeping the style they are known for - the seventies style with the good old guitar solos. It's hard to say what three of their releases are best, as they are all popular - all three albums have some of the most famous songs in Greenland. If you like an Inneruulat album, you can all like them all. Lovely nostalgic plates.
If you are into classical music, you will love this album. Kunjo Seblon's delightful feeling with the guitar has a relaxing effect that can appeal to both young and old - especially since the CD is exclusively instrumental with a beautifully sounding Spanish / classic guitar. The 14 tracks on the record contain classics like the number "Cavatina". Kunebless Seblon plays them in such a way that you, like the guitarist, can practice the songs or learn to play them by just listening to the album.
Laarseeraq Svendsen's recordings date back to the period 1958-1975, which has been edited to be released on CD in 1990. The CD contains 20 very beautiful songs, with 4 of the songs taken from an original EP record. This creates the right mood, so you can feel the time the record was recorded. Some of the songs contain cows and beautiful violins that are aimed at the older audience. Some of the recordings derive from old concerts, where you can hear the audience more about the lyrics and then clap on Laarseeraq Svendsen's beautiful singing voice. No one sings like he did.
Nuussuaq Band came out with this children's show in 1992, where their big hit "Qiimaallak" broke through to the country's children. The CD contains 10 tracks that have some very happy and encouraging texts for children. The music is played by the children on the cover, which already started playing music from the fifth grade. Your teacher, Iisaavaraq Petrussen, has given a helping hand to make the record come true - not least because the record's profit should be used for the class's study trip.
"Inuuneq Nakuuneq" contains 4 numbers. The most famous number everyone knows, especially children, is the number "86 'Soorunami", which is a children's song number that became a huge hit. The song is still played in the radio under the radio programs for children. The actors on the record are Iisaavaraq Petrussen, Inunnguaq Petrussen, Hans Jukku Noahsen (Nuutit) and Vivi Lynge Petrussen. A healthy plate.
The name "Polar Jungle Orchestra" fits well with the style of the music (notice the cover), which sounds like a mixture of jungle music and some real Greenlandic with the traditional drum where the singers sing "aj'jaj'jaaa ..." with a Nice harmonic choir. The CD is a single and contains two songs, which have a lot more difficult, nice play by the contributing musicians. It is a very special style that sounds very experimental. The CD is from 1993 and has been recorded as a tribute to the original people. Since the CD is a single it contains 2 tracks.
This CD was produced in the year 1993 and contains 8 tracks that address most of the middle aged audience. The songs are melodic and are collected by Lena Johnsen and Peter Poulsen. The sound is a mix of seventies and the dominant eight-star sound that first disappeared in the mid-1990s in Greenland. Peter Poulsen and Iisaaq Nicodemus fire it off with their guitars, and the whole abum contains both quiet quiet songs and more rocky songs.
Nuissat came out with this CD in 1994, which contains 12 numbers - consists mainly of pop numbers. Some of the songs feature seventy-four soundtracks with beautifully played guitar solos, while others have a more acoustic sound with unplugged soft guitar solos. The CD is a fresh disc with both a male singer and between a female singer. The songs are well-written songs, where the most popular songs are those where the two singers sing together or in the duet - there is a very good mood on the album.
This beautiful release comes from the ICC's concerts. All the best performances are collected, where the recordings originate from 1980-1989. This is everything from true old-fashioned drum dance to choir singing and choir singing. The talented artists come from the ethnic countries. The world-famous Egon Sikivat from East Greenland, and one of Greenland's most beautiful choirs (Inngeratiles), also contributes to the record, which contains 47 numbers. The CD is a steam for tourists who want a piece of the real product home to their home country. The CD was released in 1992.
This 1994 CD contains 12 songs played by different musicians. The number that has been blamed for the great popularity is undoubtedly Kuupik Kleist's "Silama Qeqqa", which has a nice heavy relaxing effect on the listener. His deep voice and the lovely guitar game is a fantastic cocktail that goes into a higher unit. The other contributors on the record are Frederik Kristensen, Iisaavaraq Petrussen, Juaansi Lynge, Inunnguaq Petrussen and Vivi Lynge Petrussen.
This CD became the CD that all young people would only own. All young people around the coast rushed around and raped Nuuk Posses texts, although the texts could be very critical of society. Everybody knows the song "Inupiluaqqat", which hit Greenland with a bang. The CD contains 10 excellent songs recorded in 1994. Their rapevner is eminent and the Beatbox Anda is considered even the best in the world. Nuuk Posse consists of: John Olsen, Peter T. Motzfeldt, Lars Sørensen, Henrik Pedersen, Anda Højgaard and Thomas Hansen. The album best fits the youngsters.
This CD is like the other "Ataatsimut" CDs packed with talented musicians. This time, Johannes Berthelsen (Naalagarsuit) and Issarnerit (Naggataasumik) came with the biggest hits on the record. The CD was recorded in 1996 and contains 13 very different tracks, as it is all different artists / musicians. SUME also contributes a number on the album in true SUME style. Among other musicians who are on the record are Martin Steenholdt, Asimiut, Kammalaatai, Naajat, Gerth D. Lennert, Nasik, etc.
The illusion came out in 1997 with 10 songs. Their music style is popped with a little polka in between. Among others, Johannes Berthelsen, Gustav Ostermann, Steen Olsen and Nuka Absolonsen participate in the album. Musicians you can not fault. The songs are best suited to the middle aged audience
Self-Povl Dissing came to Greenland to record this CD, which is about Greenland. If you are at Povl Dissing, this CD is a must have! Povl Dissing always keeps his style, but this time he has collaborated with some of the best musicians in Greenland (among others Jorsi Sørensen and Nuka Absolonsen). The CD was produced in 1997 and contains 10 numbers, how many of the numbers concern Greenland. Notice the number "Parca Polka", which is a lazy Greenlandic folk dance song - this time with Povl Dissing as a singer.
This CD of Iisaavaraq Petrussen was released in 1997. The CD contains 10 melodic pop songs, where even Aviaja Lumholt and Nukaaka Motzfeldt back him up with choir singing. There are 10 tracks on the album that are mostly aimed at the middle age audience because of the lyrics - deals with, among other things, Iisaavaraq's memories and experiences from life. A nice plate that is very listenable, where all the sounds and instruments are beautifully controlled with silent drummer and gentle guitar solo
The soundtrack for the biggest movie about Greenland "Heart of Light" consists of very different music aimed at all ages. The title song itself is very beautiful and thoughtful. Among Greenlandic music you can mention Mariina and SUME. Selvka Nukaaka Motzfeldt contributes a nice drum dance, which is to be enjoyed, as it is rarely heard of recordings of female drum dancers. Other artists include TV2, the KLF, Laid Back, the Vajgat Orchestra and many others. The CD came out in 1998 and contains a total of 23 tracks - some of the tracks are replicas from the movie.
This CD is from 1998 and contains 8 tracks. The songs are pop songs exclusively in Greenlandic. Happy Face consists of Frederik Enoksen and Sergey Shtuchka. In addition, they have the Greenlandic drummer Otto Henriksen. Their most famous song on the record is the song "Takorluugara", and the whole CD reminds a lot of the eight-star style where the keyboard played a more important role. The songs contain pleasant melodies that are easy to humiliate.