BSMG: Platz An Der Sonne, 2×LP (Vinyl)
BSMG: Platz An Der Sonne, 2×LP (Vinyl)
€17.90
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BSMG
Platz An Der Sonne
  • 2×LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
  • Nesola
  • (0602557815740)
  • 18 Tracks
  • EAN 0602557815740
  • heavy item (600g)
  • M / M
  • virgin

tracks

A1

B.S.M.G

3:08
A2

Theodor Wonja Michael (Interlude)

0:15
A3

Jesse Owens

3:45
A4

Platz An Der Sonne

4:12
A5

Zu Viele

Featuring
  • Fonz
4:20
B1

Brilliant

3:05
B2

Nach Hause

Featuring
  • Joy Denalane
3:00
B3

Tupoka Ogette (Interlude)

0:34
B4

Geschichtsunterricht

Featuring
  • Amewu
  • Chima Ede
4:17
B5

Ade Bantu (Interlude)

1:03
B6

Lang Lebe Afrika

4:03
C1

Dunkles Kapitel / Zukunft Gestalten

5:02
C2

Mit Allen Notwendigen Mitteln

3:41
C3

Visionen

4:04
D1

N-Wort

3:16
D2

Onkel Tom

3:17
D3

Mamas Küche

3:51
D4

Imani

Featuring
  • Chima Ede
  • Maro
4:46

Credits

Artwork
  • Zentrale

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