Thursday, March 23, 2006

Mentor Kurtishi Video

Mentor Kurtishi So What do you think About This guy

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    also für mich ist Mentor der Sänger überhaupt !
    Obwohl ich kein Albaner bin , finde ich ihn persönlich den Sänger des Jahrhunderts !

    Sehr gut ...also bin echt beeindruckt !
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