Meie Mees

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Meie Mees
Origin Tallinn, Estonia
Genres Pop
Years active 1997–2007, 2008-
Labels BGM Records
Website http://www.meiemees.ee
Members Aivar Riisalu
Margus Mõttus
Toomas Pae
Vahur Parve
Tarvi Jaago
Emil Oja
Merike Moksi-Susi

Meie Mees (English: Our Man) is a popular Estonian pop band, known for their cover versions of international hits with Estonian lyrics.

Between 2002 and 2007 they won the Estonian Pop Music Annual Awards as Best Band of the year six consecutive times. Their albums Pööning põleb, Kut senap sule, Klounide rünnak, and Meieh rullaadid were awarded Album of the year.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

The band infrequently tours outside Estonia, but in 2005 they gave some concerts in Canada.[7]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Ära näe vaeva (1997)
  • Piraat plaat (1998)
  • Sina oled minu sõber (1999)
  • Best of 2000 (1999)
  • Teen tapeeti (2000)
  • Pühi kogu perele (2001)
  • Pööning põleb (2001) – Album of the Year 2002
  • Kut senap sule (2002) – Album of the Year 2003
  • Kutse napsule (2002)
  • Lastelaulud (2002)
  • Klounide rünnak (2003) – Album of the Year 2004
  • Pest off 2004 (2004)
  • Eesti mees on tantsulõvi (2004)
  • Meieh rullaadid (2005) – Album of the Year 2006
  • Jookse, põder! (2005)
  • Laulud lastele (2006)
  • Vaba mees (2006)
  • Pest of the Pest (2007)
  • Päike looja läks (2008)

DVD[edit]

  • Karaoke (2004)
  • Meieh rullaadid (2005)

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.ss.ee/kuldne/main.php?aasta=2002 Estonian Pop Music Annual Awards 2002
  2. ^ http://www.ss.ee/kuldne/main.php?aasta=2003 Estonian Pop Music Annual Awards 2003
  3. ^ http://www.ss.ee/kuldne/main.php?aasta=2004 Estonian Pop Music Annual Awards 2004
  4. ^ http://www.ss.ee/kuldne/main.php?aasta=2005 Estonian Pop Music Annual Awards 2005
  5. ^ http://www.ss.ee/kuldne/main.php?aasta=2006 Estonian Pop Music Annual Awards 2006
  6. ^ http://www.ss.ee/kuldne/main.php?aasta=2007 Estonian Pop Music Annual Awards 2007
  7. ^ http://www.angelfire.com/band2/meiemees/english.html Canada Tour 2005

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