MC Raaka Pee

MC Raaka Pee (real name. Petja Turunen, born November 19, 1980)[1] is a Finnish metal musician, co-founder and vocalist of Turmion Kätilöt. He plays the piano and guitar as well.

MC Raaka Pee
MC Raaka Pee at Myötätuulirock 2011
Background information
Birth namePetja Turunen
Also known asMC Raaka Pee
BornNovember 1980 (age 39)
Siilinjärvi, Finland
GenresIndustrial metal, death metal, gothic rock
InstrumentsVocals, piano, guitar, bass, keyboards
Years active1996present
LabelsSpinefarm Records
Associated actsTurmion Kätilöt
2Times Terror
Ancient Drive
AEON
Websitewww.turmionkatilot.com

Raaka Pee has a side project named 2 Times Terror which released their debut album in 2010. Raaka Pee is also playing guitar in the music video and debut album for 2 Times Terror.

He owns the record label OSASTO-A.[2] As Raaka Pee he has sung backing vocals in Tarot's album Crows Fly Black.[3] and has been a DJ and humppa musician.[4]

Raaka Pee also did parts of the keyboards for Project Silence's 2010 released song Stardancer (Raven's whore). He also has sung backing vocals for Black Light Discipline and performed shows with them.

He has done remixes for Ruoska, Blood and Fear Of Domination.

On December 7, 2012, Turunen suffered a serious stroke.[5]

Remixes

  • Blood - Gotika [MC Raaka Pee Remix]
  • Ruoska - Irti [MC Raaka Pee Remix]
  • Ruoska - Kosketa [MC Raaka Pee "Päätä Seinään" Remix]
  • Fear Of Domination - Fear Of Domination [MC Raaka Pee Remix]
  • Pain - Dirty Woman [MC Raaka Pee Remix]
  • Rainbowcrash - Zeitgeist [MC Raaka Pee Remix]

References

  1. "YLE Pop - yle.fi - Arkistoitu". Archive.today. 26 May 2012. Archived from the original on 26 May 2012. Retrieved 17 April 2018.
  2. "Account Suspended". Osastoa.com. Retrieved 17 April 2018.
  3. "~ Wings of Darkness ~ The Official Tarot Website". Wingsofdarkness.net. Retrieved 17 April 2018.
  4. FinDance: Turmion Kätilöt interview Archived 2011-07-11 at the Wayback Machine
  5. Vesander, Lari. "Turmion Kätilöiden laulajalla vakava aivoverenkiertohäiriö". Savonsanomat.fi. Retrieved 17 April 2018.
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