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Luarvik Luarvik

Luarvik Luarvik
Country
Estonia
Profile
Experimental rock band named after a character from a Strugatsky science fiction novel.
Website
http://myspace.com/luarvikluarvik
Related articles (1)
Releases on file (1)
Luarvik Luarvik — Passioon & Fuuga Luarvik Luarvik — Passioon & Fuuga
(Strangiato Records 002, 2004, CD)

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