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Giovanni Fusco, Movie Tones Orchestra - Twist Degli Amanti Album

Giovanni Fusco, Movie Tones Orchestra - Twist Degli Amanti Album
Performer: Giovanni Fusco, Movie Tones Orchestra
Title: Twist Degli Amanti
Country: Japan
Genre: Radio
Style:Soundtrack, Theme, Twist
Released: May 1972
Catalog number: FM-1005
Label: Seven Seas
MP3 album szie: 2703 mb
FLAC album size: 1209 mb

Tracklist

1Giovanni FuscoTwist Degli Amanti2:49
2Movie Tones OrchestraLa Ragazza Di Bube3:07

Companies

  • Manufactured By – King Record Co. Ltd
  • Licensed From – CAM

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