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Gorky's Zygotic Mynci : Spanish dance troupe
Some would say there's a fine line between madness and genius. In [B]Gorky[/B]'s case, it's a beautiful one.
There are Spanish-tinged strings, luscious, laid-back acoustic guitars and Euros Childs' gorgeous lilting voice detailing the problems of school life. First, his uniform is three sizes too small, then he's got an essay to write and he's basically left with only one option. Barmy old Euros runs off with a dance troupe from Spain to find love because he's sick of the teachers and it rains in his school holidays. We've all done it, haven't we?
Some would say there's a
fine line between madness and genius. In Gorky's case, it's a beautiful one.
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