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6er Gascho

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  1. a hip-hop group from Bern, Switzerland

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  2. They consist of three emcee's, two deejay's and one manager

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  3. Early of the 2000 decade they released they're first mix tape after touring in Switzerland for some time

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  4. They sold only 300 copies around Bern

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  5. Later on 19 September 2005 they made their first real release, an EP called 'Schwarz uf Wiss' (Black on White)

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