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So, around 2006 or something, i used to listen to a Folk/Viking compilation non-stop and for the past weeks i've been trying to find this awesome cd again without success.
I've spent hours searching literally everywhere on the web but this damn compilation is nowhere to be found.
The name was "Folk & Viking Metal Compilation" and it was splitted in 2 cds... I also remember finding this compilation again a few years ago with a different name...

It started with Finntroll - Trollhammaren, followed by Korpiklaani - Beer Beer (or maybe Moskau?).

Those are all the songs i remember being in the compilation:

Finntroll- Trollhammaren
Korpiklaani - Beer Beer
(Edit) Black Messiah - Moskau
Ensiferum - Blood is the price for glory
Eluveitie - Uis Elveti
Turisas - A portage to the unknown
Terasbetoni - Taivas lyo tulta
Skyclad - The great brain robbery
Manegarm - En fallen fader
Bathory - Mother earth father thunder
Cruachan - (Edit) The Brown Bull of Cooley
Waylander - Born to the fight
Equilibrium - Blut im auge
(Edit) In Extremo - Vollmond
(Edit) Subway to Sally - Sieben
(Edit) Mithothyn - In the clash of arms
(Edit) Moonsorrow - Kylän Päässä
(Edit) Shandmaul - Mitgift
(Edit) Nomas Land - Torir Scald
(Edit) Troll Gnet El - Sad Widow (Not Sure)
(Edit) ???? - Jerusalem

I don't necessary need to find the CD, a simple complete tracklist would be great! Thank you to whoever can help me!

Edit: Apparntly i almost managed to recreate the whole tracklist, although im sure some of the songs are missing.

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I don't know what the label was but i remember finding the CD a few years ago on a website that lists all the album releases worldwide, so i guess it wasn't a bootleg. A friend of mine also told me he got the same compilation from a magazine, back when magazines was one of the few ways to discover new bands.

Edit: From what i remember this compilation was pretty well known between Folk and Viking metal fans, which makes me even more sure it was an original thing.

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