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Fred Rauch - Fred Rauch Album

Fred Rauch - Fred Rauch Album
Performer: Fred Rauch
Title: Fred Rauch
Country: Germany
Genre: Pop
Released: 1954
Catalog number: 20 021 EPH
Label: Polydor
MP3 album szie: 1843 mb
FLAC album size: 2243 mb


3Das Macht Elisabeth


sewed cover

Printed in Germany
date on cover 6.54

Short intro

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