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Espíritu

Espíritu
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Argentina
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Espíritu was an Argentinian rock band active in the 70s and 80s.
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Espíritu — En Movimiento Espíritu — En Movimiento
(RCA Victor TLP-50100, 1983, LP)
Espíritu — Espíritu Espíritu — Espíritu
(Progressive Rock Worldwide PRW 025, 1982/1996, CD)
Espíritu — Live en Obras '82 Espíritu — Live en Obras '82
(Progressive Rock Worldwide PRW 026, 1982/1995, CD)
Espíritu — Libre y Natural Espíritu — Libre y Natural
(Mardel-X MRD-2002, 1976/1998, CD)
Espíritu — Crisálida Espíritu — Crisálida
(Microfon 2-509130, 1974/2004, CD)

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