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A Piedi Nudi

A Piedi Nudi
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Italy
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Italian band.
Website
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Releases on file (4)
A Piedi Nudi  — Eclissi A Piedi Nudi — Eclissi
(Mellow MMP 329, 1997, CD)
Various Artists — Zarathustra's Revenge Various Artists — Zarathustra's Revenge
(Mellow MMP328 ABCD, 1997, 4CD)
A Piedi Nudi  — Creazione A Piedi Nudi — Creazione
(Mellow MMP 269, 1995, CD)
A Piedi Nudi — A Piedi Nudi A Piedi Nudi — A Piedi Nudi
(Mellow MMP 199, 1994, CD)

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