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Domenica is a popular Greek rock band that was formed in Athens, in 1994.
Their first releases included several participations in albums of various artists. Their personal debut album, "Άχρηστα Ρολόγια" (Useless clocks), was released in 1999. Their next release in 2002 received a positive reception from the audience: it had the title "Μέσα στη βουή του δρόμου" (In the roar of the streets) and the single, under the same name, from this album became a success. In March 2004, Domenica had their third release, "Ιστορίες για μικρούς και μεγάλους" (Stories for children and adults). The song "Λίγη ζωή ακόμη" (Some more life) also became a hit-single and was rewarded.
In 2007, their album "Χίλιες φορές έτσι" (A thousand times that way) is their latest released album so far. Domenica have set to music a certain number of poems by Napoleon Lapathiotis and Mitsos Papanikolaou.
In 2003 Domenica were nominated and won an Arion Music award for the "Best band of entekhno". In April 2005, they were once more nominated and won the Arion Music award for the "Best alternative album". In June 2005, they won the Mad Video Music award for the "Best rock videoclip".