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Jinetes Negros

Jinetes Negros
Country
Argentina
Profile
Argentine progressive metal band.
Website
http://www.jinetesnegros.com.ar
Related articles (1)
Releases on file (3)
Jinetes Negros — Tawa Sarira Jinetes Negros — Tawa Sarira
(Viajero Inmovil JINEG050VIR, 2013, CD)
Jinetes Negros — Omniem Jinetes Negros — Omniem
(Mellow MMP 492, 2007, CD)
Jinetes Negros — Jinetes Negros Jinetes Negros — Jinetes Negros
(Viajero Inmovil JINEG019VIR, 2004, CD)

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