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The Six Fat Dutchmen - Greatest Hits Album

The Six Fat Dutchmen - Greatest Hits Album
Greatest Hits
The Six Fat Dutchmen
MP3 album size:
2265 mb
FLAC album size:
1011 mb
Polka City


1Julida Polka
2Lichtensteiner Polka
3Tick Tock Polka
4Just Because Polka
5Life In The Finnish Woods
6Clarinet Polka
7Beer Barrel Polka
8Ping Pong Polka
9Pennsylvania Polka
10Little Fishermen's Waltz
11Wooden Heart Polka
12Ellen Polka
13Blue Skirt Waltz
14You Can't Be True Dear
15Helena Polka
16There's A Tavern In The Town
17Cuckoo Waltz
18Swiss Waltz
19Barbara Polka
20Joan Pa Snippen Schottische


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
371, PC 371The Six Fat Dutchmen Greatest Hits ‎(2xLP)Polka City, Polka City371, PC 371USUnknown
PC-C-1028The Six Fat Dutchmen Greatest Hits ‎(Cass, Comp)Polka CityPC-C-1028USUnknown
PC-371The Six Fat Dutchmen Greatest Hits ‎(LP, Comp)Polka CityPC-371USUnknown


  • Record Company – Holland, Inc.


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