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Teh Plastic Pals at Gota Kallare 18 Nov 2010 koncert

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The Plastic Pals with Bengt Alm, bass and backup vocals Håkan Soold, lead vocals and guitar Olov Öqvist, drums Anders Sahlin, guitar and backup vocals Genre: Psychedelic garage powerpop Hometown: Stockholm, Sweden Record Label: Polythene records

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