Manu Chao competition

We have five great Manu Chao prizes to be won in our competition. Album Proxima Estacion Esperanze Album Radio Bemba Soundsystem Politik Kills EP on CD Politik Kills EP on 12″ vinyl A Manu Chao shirt Simply answer the question below and email your answer to website@redpepper.org.uk to win Question: Which musical duo from Mali […]

August 28, 2008 · 1 min read

We have five great Manu Chao prizes to be won in our competition.

Album Proxima Estacion Esperanze

Album Radio Bemba Soundsystem

Politik Kills EP on CD

Politik Kills EP on 12″ vinyl

A Manu Chao shirt

Simply answer the question below and email your answer to website@redpepper.org.uk to win

Question: Which musical duo from Mali has Manu Chao recorded with?

Entries close 30 September 2008. No purchase necessary to enter. Winners will be informed direct


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