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Malavoi - Légende Best Of Album

Malavoi - Légende Best Of Album
Title:
Légende Best Of
Performer:
Malavoi
Style:
Zouk
Released:
1994
Catalog:
303772
Country:
France
MP3 album size:
1425 mb
FLAC album size:
2087 mb
Genre:
Label:
Déclic Communication

Tracklist


1Jou Ouvé
Vocals – Paul RosineWritten-By – P. Rosine
4:50
2Albé
Written-By – Mano Césaire
5:01


Credits


  • Photography ByBenjamin Rose


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 3 483903 037729
  • Label Code: WM 312
  • Rights Society: SACEM


Companies


  • Distributed By – Music Marketing Europe Distribution SARL


Album


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