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Gogol Bordello
Prague
Gogol Bordello is an overcharged, hyperactive, frenzied cyclone of punk-gypsy trash folk. Or something like that. Do not, under any circumstances, miss this band, if you ever have a chance to see it. You will jump like you haven't jumped for ages. You will become a part of the frenzy, for there really is no choice.
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Uppdaterad: 02/06/2014
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