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EAN-130000002015828   EAN-13 barcode 0000002015828
UPC-A000002015828   UPC-A barcode 000002015828
Product NameArabesque Iii (1980) / Arabesque Iv (1980)
CategoryElectronics / Photography: A/V Media: Music
Short DescriptionLb
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B000I1Y76O
SKUNB000I1Y76O
BindingAudio Cd
Long Description2 albums on 1CD-20trx total-/ARABESQUE III/ -10trx & -/ARABESQUE IV/ -10 trx. Rare official release made exclusively for Russia,in English. /ARABESQUE III/: 1. High Life. 2. Jingle Jangle Joe. 3. Roller Star. 4. Bye Bye My Love. 5. Marigot Bay. 6. Parties In A Penthouse. 7. Once In A Blue Moon. 8. Hey, Catch On. 9. Take Me, Don't Break Me. 10. Only Night Was A Lonely Night. /ARABESQUE IV/: 1. Make Love Whenever You Can. 2. Keep The Wolf From The Door. 3. I Don't Wanna Have Breakfast With You. 4. Nights In The Harbour. 5. Hey What A Magic Night. 6. Midnight Dancer. 7. Hi Hi Highway. 8. You Win, Hands Down. 9. Black Out. 10. Born To Reggae.
Created07-01-2006
Modified06-29-2020 4:07:55am
MD5002200efdb7fcc2aa2776d50700e0475
SHA2564bbf24f4e311be7fd86ca94234a3f6494ddd92b07dcea147be0f28bcf61ef38d
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