Kaamos began in 1973 already, but didn’t end up in the studio until four years and several line up changes later. Released on M&T Productions, Deeds and Talks was ecstatically received by critics, with comments such as “Album of the year” and “The most important thing in the Finnish music scene since the birth of Wigwam”. Commercial success was hard to come by, though, as in 1977 punk was quickly taking over, and the album sunk into cult obscurity.