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Roy Orbison - Break My Mind Album

Roy Orbison - Break My Mind Album
Title:
Break My Mind
Performer:
Roy Orbison
Released:
1969
Catalog:
HL-9005
Country:
Australia
MP3 album size:
2503 mb
FLAC album size:
2398 mb
Genre:
Label:
London Records

Tracklist


1How Do You Start Over2:27
2Break My Mind3:06


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
5.665-YRoy Orbison Break My Mind / How Do You Start Over ‎(7", Single)London Records5.665-YBelgium1969
DL 20 903Roy Orbison And The Art Movement Roy Orbison And The Art Movement - Break My Mind ‎(7", Single)London RecordsDL 20 903Germany1969
FLX 3240Roy Orbison Break My Mind ‎(7", Single)London RecordsFLX 3240Netherlands1969
NZL.1033Roy Orbison Break My Mind ‎(7", Single)London RecordsNZL.1033New Zealand1969
HL 10294Roy Orbison Break My Mind / How Do You Start Over ‎(7", Single)London RecordsHL 10294Scandinavia1969


Companies


  • Made By – EMI (Australia) Limited


Album


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