Wallenstein: Blitzkrieg, LP (Vinyl)
Wallenstein: Blitzkrieg, LP (Vinyl)
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Wallenstein
Blitzkrieg

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
Klappcover
  • Pilz (2)
  • (20 29064-6)
  • 4 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • some hairline marks on vinyl, minor shelf wear on sleeve

tracks

A1

Lunetic

Effects
  • Dieter Dierks
Words By
  • Jürgen Dollase
11:55
A2

The Theme

Words By
  • Jürgen Dollase
9:37
B1

Manhatten Project

Words By
  • Jürgen Dollase
13:47
B2

Audiences

Words By
  • Jürgen Dollase
7:38

Credits

Bass
  • Jerry Berkers
Lead Vocals
  • Jerry Berkers
  • Jürgen Dollase
Cover
  • Gil Funccius
Drums
  • Harald Grosskopf
Percussion
  • Harald Grosskopf
Electric Guitar
  • Bill Barone
Acoustic Guitar
  • Bill Barone
Vocals
  • Bill Barone
Keyboards
  • Jürgen Dollase
Lyrics By
Composed By
  • Jürgen Dollase
Mellotron
  • Jürgen Dollase
Management
  • Octopus Productions
  • Peter Gielen
Producer
  • Dieter Dierks
  • Wallenstein

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