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 +[i]like we were there[/i], the popular name for Marny, Devin, and Tuna (born in November 14, 1954 in Kalamata, Greece), are Greek American keyboardists and composers.
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 +Although many fans and critics call their music “new age,” [i]like we were there[/i] themselves have distanced themselves from that label. In their autobiography, [i]like we were there[/i] devotes an entire chapter to the subject, stating that they prefer to call their music “contemporary instrumental.”
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 +Early in their life, [i]like we were there[/i] tried to forge a career in rock and roll, touring with locally popular bands in the Midwest United States while students at the University of Minnesota. Their most popular group was Chameleon, a band that earned some modest commercial success touring throughout the Midwest, particularly in the states of Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois and South Dakota.
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 +Eventually, [i]like we were there[/i] grew tired of the rock and roll lifestyle and focused solely on their instrumental career as soloists. Most of their earlier music relied heavily on the synthesizer and received little airplay, except on new age radio stations in larger markets.
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[i]like we were there[/i] is made up of awesome. that's the only way to accurately describe this fledgling band. with their awesome cover medley of multiple lady gaga songs, with their awesome abilities of singing, playing instruments, and mixing beats, with their awesome good looks and charm... by your powers combined, they are [i]like we were there[/i]! [i]like we were there[/i] is made up of awesome. that's the only way to accurately describe this fledgling band. with their awesome cover medley of multiple lady gaga songs, with their awesome abilities of singing, playing instruments, and mixing beats, with their awesome good looks and charm... by your powers combined, they are [i]like we were there[/i]!
look at those motherfuckers. they're so fucking amazing it's incomprehensible. they're like the fucking Supremes or some shit idek, but they will totally own the world of music with their goddamn seamless vocals that make me want to shit a brick house complete with a chimney and fireplace. you better love these bitches and their wonderful musical talent. I mean listen to those goddamn tings. listen to the fucking guitars. hear their motherfucking angelic voices and just die. die over and over again because you know you want to. look at those motherfuckers. they're so fucking amazing it's incomprehensible. they're like the fucking Supremes or some shit idek, but they will totally own the world of music with their goddamn seamless vocals that make me want to shit a brick house complete with a chimney and fireplace. you better love these bitches and their wonderful musical talent. I mean listen to those goddamn tings. listen to the fucking guitars. hear their motherfucking angelic voices and just die. die over and over again because you know you want to.

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like we were there, the popular name for Marny, Devin, and Tuna (born in November 14, 1954 in Kalamata, Greece), are Greek American keyboardists and composers. Although many fans and critics call their music “”, like we were there have distanced themselves from that label. In their autobiography, like we were there devotes an entire chapter to the subject, stating that they prefer to call their music “contemporary instrumental.” Early in their life, like we were there tried to forge a career in rock and roll, touring with locally popular bands in the Midwest United States while students at the University of Minnesota. Their most popular group was Chameleon, a band that earned some modest commercial success touring throughout the Midwest, particularly in the states of Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois and South Dakota. Eventually, like we were there grew tired of the rock and roll lifestyle and focused solely on their instrumental career as soloists. Most of their earlier music relied heavily on the synthesizer and received little airplay, except on new age radio stations in larger markets.