milame gia TO PRIMAVERA SOUNDS pou tha ginei sti Barcelona 26-28/05/11
poios tha mporouse na leipei apo ayto to festival?
nai!!! i'll be there me tous guru mou sto thema mousikis....
exete 6 mines apo torra na mazeyete lefta gia AYTO to festival....
terastia onomata tha summetasxoun
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Formed 1978 in Sheffield, England and originally called "Arabacus Pulp" (although they shortened it to Pulp within a year)…
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