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Berserk!
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Italy
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Berserk! is a collaboration between Lorenzo Esposito Fornasari (vocals, electronics, guitar) and Lorenzo Feliciati (bass, electronics).
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http://www.lefmusic.com
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(RareNoise RNR031, 2013, CD)

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