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Various - Entertainment Weekly - The Greatest Hits 1982 Album

Various - Entertainment Weekly - The Greatest Hits 1982 Album
Performer:
Various
Album:
Entertainment Weekly - The Greatest Hits 1982
Style:
Ballad, Pop Rock
Released:
06 Jun 2000
Country:
US
Label:
Buddha Records
Catalog:
74465 99712 2
FLAC size:
2494 mb
MP3 size:
1319 mb
WMA size:
1315 mb


Tracklist


1The CarsShake It Up
2Laura BraniganGloria
3Stray CatsRock This Town
4Tommy Tutone867-5309/Jenny
5J. Geils BandCenterfold
6Daryl Hall & John OatesManeater
7The Alan Parsons ProjectEye In The Sky
8The Human LeagueDon't You Want Me
9TotoRosanna
10A Flock Of SeagullsI Ran (So Far Away)
11Olivia Newton-JohnHeart Attack
12Rick SpringfieldDon't Talk To Strangers


Barcodes


  • Barcode (Text): 7 44659 97122 8
  • Barcode (String): 744659971228


Companies


  • Copyright (c) – Buddha Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Buddha Records
  • Distributed By – BMG Distribution


Album


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