Marsimoto: Grüner Samt, 2×LP (Vinyl)
Marsimoto: Grüner Samt, 2×LP (Vinyl)
€21.90
Net price (incl. 19% VAT)

Marsimoto
Grüner Samt

  • 2×LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
double vinyl, gatefold sleeve with CD
  • Four Music
  • (FOR 88691913561)
  • Green Berlin
  • (none)
  • 32 Tracks
  • UPC 886919135619
  • M / M
  • virgin

tracks

A1

Grüner Samt

Backing Vocals
  • Yasha Conen
Guitar
  • Kid Simius
Melodica
  • Kid Simius
Music By
3:09
A2

Wellness

Guitar
  • Kid Simius
Music By
3:20
A3

Der Springende Punkt

Music By
3:38
A4

Indianer

Backing Vocals
  • Louis 'Der Indianer'
Music By
3:53
B5

Ich Tarzan. Du Jane

Backing Vocals
  • Yasha Conen
Bass Guitar
  • Juan Antonio Alanon
Music By
3:54
B6

Grünes Haus

Guitar
  • Kid Simius
Music By
3:07
B7

Marsi Der Zigeuner

Music By
3:32
B8

Mein Kumpel Spalding

Bass Guitar
  • Juan Antonio Alanon
Guitar
  • Kid Simius
Music By
3:26
C9

Alice Im WLAN Land

Music By
3:07
C10

I Got 5

Music By
3:16
C11

Absinth

Music By
4:17
C12

Blaue Lagune

Backing Vocals
  • Yasha Conen
Music By
3:29
D13

Angst

Music By
3:27
D14

Wo Ist Der Beat

Music By
2:44
D15

Für Uwe

Music By
Violin
  • Dead Rabbit
4:02
D16

Der Sänger Von Björk

Music By
3:02
CD-1

Grüner Samt

3:09
CD-2

Wellness

3:20
CD-3

Der Springende Punkt

3:38
CD-4

Indianer

3:53
CD-5

Ich Tarzan. Du Jane

3:54
CD-6

Grünes Haus

3:07
CD-7

Marsi Der Zigeuner

3:32
CD-8

Mein Kumpel Spalding

3:26
CD-9

Alice Im WLAN Land

3:07
CD-10

I Got 5

3:16
CD-11

Absinth

4:17
CD-12

Blaue Lagune

3:29
CD-13

Angst

3:27
CD-14

Wo Ist Der Beat

2:44
CD-15

Für Uwe

4:02
CD-16

Der Sänger Von Björk

3:02

Credits

Artwork
  • Zentrale
Lacquer Cut By
  • Daniel Krieger
Lyrics By
Mastered By
  • Andreas Jung
Mixed By
  • Dead Rabbit
  • Marsimoto
  • Nobodys Face
Photography By
  • Paul Ripke
Recorded By
  • Nobodys Face

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