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Have They Gone, or Have They Not?

The band is called Limited Express (has gone?) — punctuation and all, and they have their own brand of freak-funk-punk. I have no idea what the title means. Google Translate just comes up with gibberish.

by Jon Davis, Published 2016-05-04


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Related artist(s): Limited Express (Has Gone?)

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