Talk Talk - Spirit Of Eden Scaricare
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|PCSD 105, 74 6977 1||Talk Talk||Spirit Of Eden (LP, Album)||Parlophone, Parlophone||PCSD 105, 74 6977 1||UK||1988|
|PCSDX 105, 5099932778717, 50999 32778717, 3277871||Talk Talk||Spirit Of Eden (LP, Album, RE, 180 + DVD-V, Album, RE, NTSC + RP)||Parlophone, Parlophone, Parlophone, Parlophone||PCSDX 105, 5099932778717, 50999 32778717, 3277871||UK & Europe||Unknown|
|SVLP 246||Talk Talk||Spirit Of Eden (LP, Album, Ltd, RM)||Simply Vinyl, EMI||SVLP 246||Europe||2000|
|7243 591455 2 5||Talk Talk||Spirit Of Eden (SACD, Hybrid, Album, RE, RM, Sup)||EMI||7243 591455 2 5||UK & Europe||2003|
|064 746977 1||Talk Talk||Spirit Of Eden (LP, Album)||Parlophone||064 746977 1||Brazil||1988|
- Bassoon – Andrew Stowell
- Choir – Choir Of Chelmsford Cathedral
- Clarinet – Andrew Marriner
- Composed By, Music By – Tim Friese-Greene
- Cor Anglais – Christopher Hooker
- Dobro, Twelve-String Guitar – Robbie McIntosh
- Double Bass – Danny Thompson
- Drums – Lee Harris
- Electric Bass – Paul Webb
- Engineer – Phill Brown
- Guitarrón [Mexican Bass] – Simon Edwards
- Harmonica – Mark Feltham
- Illustration [Cover Illustration] – James Marsh
- Oboe – Michael Jeans
- Percussion – Martin Ditcham
- Performer [Shozygs] – Hugh Davies
- Producer – Tim Friese-Greene
- Trumpet – Henry Lowther
- Violin – Nigel Kennedy
- Vocals, Piano, Organ, Guitar, Composed By, Lyrics By – Mark Hollis
XDR (Expanded Dynamic Range) Cassette. 3 panel inlay printed both sides. Black shell. Housed in clear plastic case.
© 1988 EMI-Manhattan Records, a division of Capitol Records, Inc.
℗ 1988 EMI Records Ltd.
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- Barcode: 0 7777-46977-4 3
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Licensed To – Capitol Records-EMI Of Canada Limited
- Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
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