Razzia: Relativ Sicher Am Strand, LP (Vinyl)
Razzia: Relativ Sicher Am Strand, LP (Vinyl)
€13.90
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Razzia : Relativ Sicher Am Strand

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
mit Textblatt
  • Teenage Rebel Records
  • (TR 112)
  • 14 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX+ / EX+
  • virgin
  • new and unplayed but not sealed

tracks

A1

Relativ Sicher Am Strand

Recorded By
  • Eike Freese
A2

Laufrad

Recorded By
  • Jan Rubach
A3

Februar 62

Recorded By
  • Jan Rubach
A4

Sommer

Recorded By
  • Jan Rubach
Piano
  • Jan Rubach
A5

Licht Am Horizont

Recorded By
  • Jan Rubach
A6

Vorstadt Pur

Recorded By
  • Jan Rubach
A7

Hilflose Kreaturen

Recorded By
  • Nino
B1

Am Fluss

Recorded By
  • Nino
B2

Keine Lust

Recorded By
  • Eike Freese
B3

Intermongol

Recorded By
  • Nino
B4

Danke

Recorded By
  • Nino
B5

Wenn Der Vorhang Fällt

Recorded By
  • Eike Freese
B6

Schönes Land

Recorded By
  • Eike Freese
B7

Mc War

Recorded By
  • Nino

Credits

Artwork
  • Mona Karbach
Bass
  • Thomas Géréon
Drums
  • Arne Brix
Guitar
  • Andreas Siegler
  • Peter Siegler
Layout
  • Markus Paasche
  • Peter Siegler
Mastered By
  • Eike Freese
Vocals
  • Stefan Arndt

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