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February 14, 2008

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Chapin

Gabriel Rios is a phenomenon here in Belgium, attracting thousands to his shows (mostly teenage girls, not surprisingly). He has some interesting tracks, I always thought of him as not colouring between the lines of the latin-pop sound we Europeans are used to. Glad you noticed him!

And have I thanked you already for linking to me in your sidebar? Great blog!

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