Sophie Hunger: Supermoon, LP (Vinyl)
Sophie Hunger: Supermoon, LP (Vinyl)
€17.90
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Sophie Hunger : Supermoon

  • 2×LP (Vinyl)
  • Switzerland
zwei Vinylplatten im Klappcover
  • Two Gentlemen Records
  • (TWOGTL 057-LP)
  • 18 Tracks
  • EAN 7640153362384
  • heavy item (600g)
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • minor surface marks on vinyl, minor general wear on sleeve

tracks

A1

Supermoon

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A2

Mad Miles

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A3

Love Is Not The Answer

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A4

Superman Woman

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B1

Die Ganze Welt

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B2

Fathr

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B3

The Age Of Lavender

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B4

La Chanson D'Hélène

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Featuring
  • Eric Cantona
B5

Craze

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C1

We Are The Living

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C2

Heicho

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C3

Les Plus Grands Cauchemars

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C4

Weltmeister

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C5

Queen Drifter

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D1

The Capitalist

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D2

Am Radio

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D3

Spaghetti Mit Spinat

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D4

Universum

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Credits

Art Direction
  • Alexie Witz
  • Christophe Darbelet
  • Element-S
  • Emmanuel Lorain
  • Jérôme Witz
Photography By
  • Alexie Witz
  • Christophe Darbelet
  • Element-S
  • Emmanuel Lorain
  • Jérôme Witz
Design
  • Alexie Witz
  • Christophe Darbelet
  • Element-S
  • Emmanuel Lorain
  • Jérôme Witz
Bass
  • James Riotto
  • Simon Gerber
Cello
  • Lucas Chen
Drum Machine
  • Mark Lawson
Drums
  • Alberto Malo
  • Jason Slota
Percussion
  • Alberto Malo
  • Jason Slota
Electronic Drums
  • Alberto Malo
Guitar
  • Geoffrey Burton
Keyboards
  • Alexis Anérilles
Mastered By
  • Alex Wharton
Mixed By
  • Mark Lawson
  • Olsen Involtini
  • Stéphane "Alf" Briat
Producer
  • James Riotto
  • John Vanderslice
  • Sophie Hunger
  • Stéphane "Alf" Briat
Recorded By
  • James Riotto
  • Paul-Édouard Laurendeau
  • Stéphane "Alf" Briat
Saxophone
  • Frédéric Becker
Strings
  • Karel Steylaerts
  • Marc Tooten
  • Mark Steylaerts
  • Véronique Gilis
Synthesizer
  • Olsen Involtini
Trombone
  • David De Vrieze
Trumpet
  • Alexis Anérilles
  • Jean-Paul Estiévenart
Vibraphone
  • Andrew Maguire
Viola
  • Jory Fankuchen
Violin
  • Jeremy Preston
  • Stephanie Bibbo
Voice
  • Sophie Hunger
Acoustic Guitar
  • Sophie Hunger
Electric Guitar
  • Sophie Hunger
Piano
  • Sophie Hunger

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