Astonishing pagan atmosphreres, easy listening.
Niko Genimakis | 12/11/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This recording by Angelit, formery known as the "Girls of Angeli", combines Saami (Lapp) shamanistic chant with elements of mainstream music. One could say the attempted fusion is rather successful, an the result can thrill all experimental / new age music lovers."
Paul Holmes | The City , USA | 07/11/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"As with other people that sorta fit into the Female Vocal/New Age/Misc. catagory This album has it's own flavour. I must admit that I thoroughly enjoyed it, however (isn't there always a however) as with others of this genre (Enya being the paradigm.) I find that after a while, you encounter yourself looking for something more, that really never emerges. As a result, I would recommend this album to anyone looking for music that is audially interesting, yet requires no concentration, as I like to call it "Filler Tunes". I give it a 2 out of 10 weeks that it will live in your cd player."
Native music from Finland
Lehtimaa Marja | Hyllykallio, Finland | 11/14/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you like music of Native Americans, you will love this CD too! Angelit, two Saami girls from Lappland, Finland, have combined the original Saamish music and modern rhythms and instruments - and the result is really exciting! You can feel the spirit of our land and wild, untouched nature."