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Live at the Rockpalast

ZZ Top

Year: 1980

Runtime: 01:32:45

Live In Germany features ZZ Top's 1980 performance at the Grugahalle in Essen for the German TV series Rockpalast. Hot on the heels of their classic Deguello album, the show sees ZZ Top in their essence as the 'lil ol' band from Texas' nickname in a set packed with their early hits.

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Rock, Blues, Classic Rock

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