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Gun Vik & Per Furuvald - GP Plata Album

Gun Vik & Per Furuvald - GP Plata Album

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Interprète: Gun Vik & Per Furuvald
Titre: GP Plata
Pays: Norway
Category: Rock / Pop
Classement: 4.5
Catalogue #: PLP 1001
Label: Pingvin Records

Tracklist

1Ikke Si
2Åffer
3Du Trengte En
4Alt Det Jeg Ber Om
5Du Ska'kke Tru
6Her Og Nå
7Sang Til Julian
8Til Deg
9Gla I Deg
10Aldri I Livet


Album

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