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|Years active||1989–1992, 1999–2001, 2010-|
Reel Art 2000
|Members||Juho Samuli Peltomaa (JuFo III)
Ismo Tapio Heikkilä (Izmo)
Tero Tapio Kaikkonen (Kaivo)
Raptori were both aggressive and humoristic at once, and often used counter-intuitive rhymes. During the last years of 1990s dozens of new Finnish rap groups appeared but Raptori was among the first. Raptori's first album, Moe!, was highly successful, selling over 80 000 copies and yielding a number one single (on Finnish chart) "Oi Beibi". After their second album Raptori broke up (or at least left the scene) but they came back in 2000 and released their third album. The band made yet another comeback in 2010 and released new compilation album Sekoelma which included one new song and two remixes of old songs.
In the mid-1990s, Ismo Tapio Heikkilä and Juho Peltomaa formed a band called Allekirjoittanut with Tommi Lindell. They have released one album, Generation Å. A fellow Raptori member, Tero Tapio Kaikkonen, also appeared on that release.
- Moe! (1990)
- Tulevat tänne sotkemaan meidän ajopuuteorian (1991)
- Epäviralliset Muistelmat (1996)
- Ouu-raisakson! (2000)
- Sekoelma (2010)
- Oi Beibi / Tuhansien sulojen maa (Megamania) 7" 12"
- Raptori (Megamania 1990) 12'
- Debi Gibson (Viiraa Pääzä Mix) (Megamania 1990) 12"
- Tyyris Tyllerö / Älä (Hekumaa) (Megamania) 12"
- Karvanoppaelvis / Sukellus Pumpuliin" (Megamania 1991) 7"
- Rattijuoppo (Megamania 1991) 7"
- Debi Gibson (3000 Mix) (Reel Art 2000) CDS
- Kumitissit / "Oi Beibi (Raptori vs. Caater)(Reel Art 2000) CDS
- Oi Beibi 16 (Sony Music 2010)
- Moe! (1990)
- Raptori (1990)
- Ajopuutaheinää (1991)
- Hiphopmusiikkia (1999)
- Oi Beibi 16 (2010)
- Tosi tarttuva täytebiisi 16 (2010)
- (Suomi) Raptori homepage
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