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Taiska or Hannele Kauppinen, née Suominen (born June 9, 1955 in Imatra) is a Finnish singer of popular music. She is mostly known for her evergreen[clarification needed] hit, "Mombasa" (1975), originally by Italian composer Fabio Frizzi.
World Popular Song Festival
In the World Popular Song Festival 1977, in Tokyo, Japan, she is represented Finland with a Finnish-languaged song (""Boogie Mies"), with a score of 56 points.
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