Useless ID Biography

Useless ID is a four-piece pop punk band, formed in Haifa, Israel in 1994. Known as one of the most successful Middle Eastern punk bands worldwide.

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Hypertension Play Video

Hypertension

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Non soddisfa (feat. SWIM e Ghemon) Play Video

Non soddisfa (feat. SWIM e Ghemon)

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Il tirannosauro Play Video

Il tirannosauro

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Greg Nashvil Streets of my mind (Official Theme From Movie Simply Gay) Play Video

Greg Nashvil Streets of my mind (Official Theme From Movie Simply Gay)

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Alain de Peretti Laisse Moi La Chance Play Video

Alain de Peretti Laisse Moi La Chance

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