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Magic - May We Both Get What We Want álbum

  • Artista: Magic
  • Título: May We Both Get What We Want
  • Género: Rock
  • País: US
  • Fuente de los registros: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single, Stereo / Mono
  • Liberado: 1970
  • Estilo: Psychedelic Rock
  • Etiqueta: Chivalry
  • Catálogo#: 1805
  • MP3 álbum: 2729 mb
  • FLAC álbum: 2923 mb
  • Clasificación: 4.0/5
  • Votos: 489
Magic - May We Both Get What We Want álbum

Lista de canciones

1May We Both Get What We Want3:47
2May We Both Get What We Want3:47


Notas

Produced By Brian James


Códigos de barras

  • Rights Society: BMI


Álbum

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