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Interprete:
Bad Manners
Album:
What The Papers Say
Stile:
Disco
Rilasciato:
1985
Paese:
Australia
Etichetta:
Portrait
Catalogo:
PR 12011
Dimensione FLAC:
2602 mb
Dimensione MP3:
1265 mb
Dimensione WMA:
1092 mb


Tracklist


1What The Papers Say (12" Remix)
Producer – Steve Thompson & Michael Barbiero
5:28
2What The Papers Say (LP Version)
Mixed By – Steve Thompson & Michael BarbieroProducer – John L. Walters
2:53


Versioni


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PRTA 6607, A 6607Bad Manners What The Papers Say ‎(7", Single)Portrait, PortraitPRTA 6607, A 6607Europe1985
4R9-05274Bad Manners What The Papers Say ‎(12")Portrait4R9-05274US1985
EPC 6607Bad Manners What The Papers Say ‎(12", Maxi)EpicEPC 6607Greece1985
37-05725Bad Manners What The Papers Say ‎(7", Single, Promo)Portrait37-05725Canada1985
PR 45047Bad Manners What The Papers Say ‎(7", Single, Promo)PortraitPR 45047Australia1985


Crediti


  • Photography ByBob Elsdale, Terry Lott
  • Written-ByA. Marson, B. Tuitt, D. Farron, D. Trendle, L. Cook, M. Stewart, P. Hyman


Note


℗1985 CBS Inc.


Video



Album


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