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Live, released in 1999

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Dagobert Duck's 100Th Birthday
2. The Girl From Mirschhorn
3. Der Elektrolurch

Line-up / Musicians

- Connie Veit / guitar
- Hans Hartmann / bass
- Mani Neumeier / drums

Releases information

CD DISC DRUG DDCD 74003 (1998)

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2 stars Bootleg quality live recording noteworthy because it was an interim Guru Guru lineup which didn't record any studio albums with ex-Gila member Connie Veit on guitar (replacing Houschang Nejedepour), Hans Hartmann on bass and Mani Neumeier on drums and vocals. The three tracks featured here were ... (read more)

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