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Free Love
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Free Love is a Japanese band consisting of Hiroaki Shibata (vocals, guitar), Hiroki Matsui (organ, synth), Yuji Hayakawa (bass), and Asushi Motohashi (drums).
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Free Love — Official Bootleg Vol. 1: Concert 2005 Sapporo Free Love — Official Bootleg Vol. 1: Concert 2005 Sapporo
(Vital Records VR-022, 2006, CD)

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