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Italian folk/rock group Bandabardó got mixed up in regional scene in the first ’90s, mostly playing acoustic tunes predicated on motivating lyrics on the subject of positivism. Created by vocalist/songwriter Enrico Erriquez Greppi and guitarist A.M. Finaz, the music group was later became a member of by percussionist Paolino, bassist Don Bachi, guitarist Andrea Orlandini, also called Orla, and C.C. Cantini. After issuing an EP in 1994, Bandabardó’s debut recording, known as Il Circo Mangione, premiered in 1996, accompanied by 1998’s Iniziali: Bi Bi, 1999’s Barbaro Tour, and 2000’s Mojito SOCCER TEAM.

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