Apollo’s only album from 1969 is considered as a very important landmark in finnish underground music, mainly of two reasons. First: it was one of the very first albums featuring this brand of music in Finland, and second: it encouraged further bands to create progressive music and to sing in their native tongue.
Musically, Apollo is a typical late Sixties/early Seventies period piece: a great mixture of different styles, ranging from orchestrated ballads to freaked out stuff with lots of fuzz and experimentation.
It’s an eccentric album but it never gets boring!
Some members later re-appeared in Kalevala.
This is the first official reissue on vinyl, complete with the original cover artwork.