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Ptôse

Ptôse
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Influential avant pop group from France, active from 1979 to 1987.
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Ptôse — Ignobles Limaces + Night of the Reptiles Ptôse — Ignobles Limaces + Night of the Reptiles
(Musea Gazul GA 8680.AR, 1984/2005, CD)

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