Let's do the math. Don Johnson Big Band comes from a country populated by 5.5 million people. They've sold an amount of records equivalent to roughly 2% of Finlands population. Reflect upon that, because it's kind of insane, especially considering they make music in a foreign language. It's like an English band rapping in rapid-fire French and selling a million and a half records in the UK.
The insanity doesn't end there. As far as biomass goes, they're not big. There's only four of them and they're skinny little bastards. Their connection with Don Johnson is tenuous, to say the least. Yes, there was a visit to a movie set in Canada that one time, but that's another story.
Selling CDs out of the trunk of a car before making it big is a mainstay of hip hop mythology. In 2000, Don Johnson Big Band took public transportation and sold CDs out of their backpacks. Eventually, the backpack morphed into Sony Music and The Little Album that Could, ?Support de Microphones?, sold 20,000.