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I Numi

I Numi
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I Numi was a band from Pavia formed around 1967 from the ashes of local beat groups Gli Spettri, I Solitari, Gli Imprevisti; they only released a single album in 1971. Though the band reunited with varying personnel a number of times to perform live, they did not record another studio album.
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I Numi — Alpha Ralpha Boulevard I Numi — Alpha Ralpha Boulevard
(AMS AMS 117 CD, 1971/2009, CD)

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