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David Aldo - The Times Album

David Aldo - The Times Album

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Interprète: David Aldo
Titre: The Times
Pays: South Africa
Publié sur: 2007
Category: Pop
Classement: 4.2
Catalogue #: FRESHCD160
Label: Fresh Music

Tracklist

1Someday
2Could've Been
3Miracle
4What A Fine Day
Featuring – Big Yank
5Satisfied
6Johannesburg
7Life Is Calling
8Freedom
9Time
10Someone's Kissing
11I'll Be There
12Judgement day


Notes

2007 album from South African performer David Aldo


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