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Electronica 2012: Good Vibrations

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SP
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Electronica 2012: Good Vibrations
SP   11/14/2012 7:05:10 AM
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Munich is a beautiful. I have heard never been there. Sorry to ask this what would be covered by Electronica 2012.

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good to hear it
FLYINGSCOT   11/14/2012 4:53:07 AM
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I am glad to hear the show is still booming.  I only wish I was there and I look forward to hearing reports on how it pans out.



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