Los Fastidios: Joy Joy Joy, LP (Vinyl)
Los Fastidios: Joy Joy Joy, LP (Vinyl)
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Los Fastidios
Joy Joy Joy
  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Italy
  • KOB Records
  • (KOB142)
  • 13 Tracks
  • UPC 727040594527
  • M / M
  • virgin
  • sealed

tracks

A1

Ellos Dicen Mierda

A2

Get The Ball Rolling

A3

Guarda Avanti 2.0

A4

I Have A Dream

Keyboards
  • De Veggent
Solo vocal
  • Paul Heaton
A5

BMX Punx

A6

It's Time

B1

A Message Pour Toi

Solo vocal
  • Elisa Dixan
B2

Schönen Cafe

Solo vocal
  • Slime
Electric guitar
  • Slime
B3

Joy Joy Joy

B4

Rude Firm

Keyboards
  • De Veggent
B5

Il Suono Della Strada

Solo vocal
  • DJ Koma
B6

Marichiweu

Violin
  • Giovanni Lanfranchi
B7

You

Keyboards
  • De Veggent

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