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The uniquely Brazilian musical genre known as choro is the big star of new label Acari Records.

The uniquely Brazilian musical genre
known as choro is the big star of
new label Acari Records.

The Brazilian Internet explosion was so fast that in only five years
the Brazilians online outnumbered Mexican Internet users. By 1999, Brazil had the third
highest number of Internet users in the Americas, only losing to the United States and
Canada.
By Brazzil Magazine

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