The Caroloregians: Fat Is Back, LP (Vinyl)
The Caroloregians: Fat Is Back, LP (Vinyl)
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The Caroloregians
Fat Is Back

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
  • V.O.R.
  • (V.O.R.-LP 229)
  • 14 Tracks
  • EAN 4026763922294
  • M / M
  • virgin

tracks

A1

Fat Is Back

Written By
A2

Forward

A3

Donna Donna

Written By
A4

Back In The Day

A5

City Life

Written By
A6

From The Congo Square...

A7

Bedtime Stories

B1

Noonish

B2

Undercover Agent

Written By
B3

Mokka 36

Written By
B4

Iris Skank

Written By
B5

You Got To Be A Man

B6

Biscuit Serenade

B7

Quagga

Credits

Artwork
  • CHema Skandal
Bass
  • Jean-François Debry
Drums
  • Nicholas Leonard
Guitar
  • Michael Bridoux
  • Matthew Hardison
Vocals
  • Matthew Hardison
Organ
  • Stephane "Skippy" Orban

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