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Gogol Bordello redefine rock-and-roll as a new kind of mongrel music.

New York-based "gypsy punks" Gogol Bordello don't exactly fit the conventional image of a great rock-and-roll band. The band is built on a traditional guitar-bass-drum foundation, but the sonic signature is in the crosscurrent of violin and accordion and in the Marco…

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