Max Herre: Max Herre, 2×LP (Vinyl)
Max Herre: Max Herre, 2×LP (Vinyl)
€17.90
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Max Herre
Max Herre
  • 2×LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
limitierte Doppel LP inklusive CD
  • Four Music
  • (88985302871)
  • 30 Tracks
  • UPC 889853028719
  • heavy item (600g)
  • M / M
  • virgin
  • sealed

tracks

A1

Mein Song

Producer
  • Needlz
Vocals
  • Celina Bostic
  • Fetsum
2:38
A2

1ste Liebe

Co producer
  • Carsten Schedler
Vocals
  • Joy Denalane
4:56
A3

King Vom Prenzlauer Berg

Producer
  • Christopher Sholar
4:20
A4

Playground

Producer
  • Tommy Wittinger
Vocals
  • Bilal
4:14
B1

Jerusalem

Backing vocals
  • Grace Risch
  • Ruth Renner
  • Vanessa Mason
Producer
  • Silly Walks Movement
5:29
B2

Sei Tu

Backing vocals
  • Joy Denalane
Producer
  • Silly Walks Movement
3:26
B3

Wie Du Bist

Producer
  • Manumatei
Backing vocals
  • Manumatei
5:03
C1

Zu Elektrisch

Producer
  • Christopher Sholar
3:51
C2

Epilog/Prolog

Producer
  • Waajeed
2:08
C3

Du Weißt (Bye Bye Baby)

Backing vocals
  • Carsten Schedler
  • Fontaine Burnett
  • Frank Kuruc
  • Lillo Scrimali
Producer
  • Carsten Schedler
5:30
C4

Alter Weg

1:59
D1

Anna '04

Producer
  • Waajeed
4:23
D2

So Easy

Choir
  • Joy Denalane
  • Max Herre
Producer
  • Tommy Wittinger
4:09
D3

Where Do We Go From Here

Vocals
  • Ahmed Sékou Neblett
3:05
D4

Flor Que Marchitara

Producer
  • Philippe Kayser
Vocals
  • Laura López Castro
1:49
CD-1

Mein Song

2:38
CD-2

1ste Liebe

4:56
CD-3

King vom Prenzlauer Berg

4:20
CD-4

Playground

4:14
CD-5

Jerusalem

5:29
CD-6

Sei Tu

3:26
CD-7

Wie Du Bist

5:03
CD-8

Zu Elektrisch

3:51
CD-9

Epilog/Prolog

2:08
CD-10

Du Weißt (Bye Bye Baby)

5:30
CD-11

Alter Weg

1:59
CD-12

Anna '04

4:23
CD-13

So Easy

4:09
CD-14

Where Do We Go From Here

3:05
CD-15

Flor Que Marchitara

1:49

Credits

rockers related
  • Freundeskreis
Lacquer cut by
  • SST
Mastered by
  • Tom Krüger
Producer
  • Max Herre

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