Sir Elwoodin Hiljaiset Värit is a Finnish rock-band that rose to mainstream achievement in the 1990s and remained popular for quite some time thereafter. Produced in 1988 in Helsinki, the music group is made up of Juha Lehti (vocals), Jussi Virtanen (electric guitar), Junnu Saaresaho (piano), Arttu Leskinen (drums), and Puppe Luomanmäki (bass). Among the founding associates, Riku Järvinen (bass), passed away tragically within an incident in 2004 and was changed with Luomanmäki. Sir Elwoodin Hiljaiset Värit produced their record debut in 1991 with Varjoissa Vapaan Mailman, accompanied by Conö Tekee Meistä Varkaat in 1992. The music group scored its initial major strike with “Viimeisellä Rannalla,” an individual featured over the record Kymmenen Tikku Laudalla (1993). The one was later put together over the greatest-hits compilation Varjoja, Varkaita ja Vanhoja Valokuvia (1998), that was released following the Best Five achievement of Puunukke (1997), the band’s 5th recording overall. Following albums such as for example Pyhää Kamaa (1999) and Pohjoisesta Tuulee Taas (2001) had been similarly popular, achieving the TOP if not the very best Five from the Finnish albums graph. A few of Sir Elwoodin Hiljaiset Värit’s popular singles consist of “Sua Seuraan,” “Suomineito,” and “Pahaa Verta.” These singles while others had been put together on successive quantities from the Varjoja, Varkaita ja Vanhoja Valokuvia greatest-hits series released in 2005 and 2009.