Rockin' the Wall

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Rockin the Wall
Rockin' the Wall is both an engaging history lesson about the Berlin Wall and life behind the Iron Curtain, and an entertaining exploration of the power of rock music as…
Rockin the Wall - Abridged Version
Rockin' the Wall is both an engaging history lesson about the Berlin Wall and life behind the Iron Curtain, and an entertaining exploration of the power of rock music as…

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nicole

way more about music then about history....

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