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March 27, 2006



From Wikipedia: "Clayderman has a curious market niche on third world countries, a fact mainly attributed by critics to his commercially-oriented performance of local and very popular music (especially love songs), and cheap, well-distributed records."

Maybe that explains it.


Once artists begin escaping NK to become the next Thomas Kinkade it's time to double up the mines fields.

John Barr

At least it wasn't Kenny G.

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