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Federico Zampaglione
Background information
Origin Italy
Years active1989–present
Website tiromancino.com
Members Federico Zampaglione

Tiromancino is an Italian pop group founded in 1989 by Federico Zampaglione. They have released 13 albums. [1]


Their music is a blend of folk and electronica.


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