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Blonde On Blonde - Subway

Blonde On Blonde - Subway
Performer: Blonde On Blonde
Title: Subway
Country: France
Genre: Electronic
Released: 1977
Catalog number: 6172 672
Label: Chrysalis
MP3 album szie: 2949 mb
FLAC album size: 1155 mb


1Summer Love
Written-By – Johnson, Hardman, Carter, Boughton
Written-By – B. R. & M. Gibb


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CHS 2158Blonde On Blonde Subway ‎(7", Single, Gre)ChrysalisCHS 2158UK1977
K6897Blonde On Blonde Subway ‎(7")ChrysalisK6897New Zealand1977
WWR-20342Blonde On Blonde Subway ‎(7")ChrysalisWWR-20342Japan1977
K-6897Blonde On Blonde Subway ‎(7")ChrysalisK-6897Australia1977
6155 099Blonde On Blonde Subway ‎(7", Single)Chrysalis6155 099Germany1977


  • ProducerJon Pope, Rob Boughton

Short intro

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