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Big Light - Where From Where To? (The Final Collection) flac album
Title:
Where From Where To? (The Final Collection)
Performer:
Big Light
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FLAC album size:
1916 mb
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Rating:
4.9 ✪

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Tracklist

1 Let's Start Playing '99 4:00
2 Come Together (Radio Version) 3:48
3 The Trouble Is '99 3:59
4 Get Me 3:02
5 The Vacuum 4:36
6 Freak Unique 4:25
7 Summer Inside (Cruisin' Mix) 4:15
8 One Note Symphony (Radio Version) 3:53
9 Those Kiz Don't Play 5:47
10 No Buddy! 4:42
11 Give It A Break 3:00
12 Du Riechst 3:27
13 Sister Kiss 3:56
14 Nowhere 3:48
15 Days 4:51
16 Ain't Got No Time 3:43
17 The Trouble Is (Original Single Version) 3:59
18 Where From Where To 6:10

Credits

  • Bass – Alex Möbius
  • Guitar – Sven Haeusler
  • Keyboards – Alex Möbius, Sven Haeusler
  • Programmed By – Sven Haeusler
  • Vocals – Karlo Hackenberger

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4001617 294727
  • Label Code: LC 08100
  • Rights Society: GEMA