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João Penca e Seus Miquinhos Amestrados - Lágrimas de Crocodilo

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CROCODILO NAMORADO

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Não discuta com Idiotas.

Não discuta com Idiotas.

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MUSIC&RIOTS Magazine 03

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Tom Tom Magazine Issue 11: The Drum Corps Issue  This issue of Tom Tom Magazine features Batala NYC, Shonen Knife, Radical Marching Bands, Crocodiles, Alexey Poblete, Veronica Bellino, Jakarta, Jeepneys, Dawn Richardson Tech and much more.

Tom Tom Magazine Issue 11: The Drum Corps Issue

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João Penca - Lágrimas de Crocodilo

João Penca - Lágrimas de Crocodilo

Bezerra da Silva - Overdose de Cocada [COCADA BOA]

Bezerra da Silva - Overdose de Cocada [COCADA BOA]

Javanese Keroncong, Indonesian traditional music using ukelele and flute   Kroncong music began in the 16th century when sailors from the Portuguese Empire brought Portuguese instruments and music to Indonesia. Lower-class citizens and gangs, commonly called buaya (a reference to buaya darat, a term for playboys literally meaning "crocodile on land") adopted the new musical styles.

Javanese Keroncong, Indonesian traditional music using ukelele and flute Kroncong music began in the 16th century when sailors from the Portuguese Empire brought Portuguese instruments and music to Indonesia. Lower-class citizens and gangs, commonly called buaya (a reference to buaya darat, a term for playboys literally meaning "crocodile on land") adopted the new musical styles.

Olá, eu sou um livro!, de Rui Alexandre Grácio

Olá, eu sou um livro!, de Rui Alexandre Grácio

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