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Mao Dou

Mao Dou
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Mao Dou (毛豆) is an experimental Chinese artist.
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Mao Dou + Lu Chen — A Hippo Wildly Grinds Its Teeth Bankside Mao Dou + Lu Chen — A Hippo Wildly Grinds Its Teeth Bankside
(Mule no#, 2007, 2CD)

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