Wild Classical Music Ensemble: Tout Va Bien Se Passer (Het Komt Allemaal Wel Goed), LP (Vinyl)
Wild Classical Music Ensemble: Tout Va Bien Se Passer (Het Komt Allemaal Wel Goed), LP (Vinyl)
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Wild Classical Music Ensemble : Tout Va Bien Se Passer (Het Komt Allemaal Wel Goed)

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • France
  • Born Bad Records
  • (BB115LP)
  • Wit.h
  • (none)
  • 7 Tracks
  • EAN 3521381552867
  • heavy item (300g)
  • M / M
  • virgin
  • sealed

tracks

A1

Train Station

4:41
A2

Bande De...

Keyboards
  • Fred Campo
Vocals
  • Fabrice Gilbert
3:17
A3

Familly Houden

Keyboards
  • Fred Campo
5:27
A4

Autofile

3:09
B1

Ik Ken Blij

4:28
B2

Oorlog

7:04
B3

Carapace

5:36

Credits

Artwork
  • Wild Classical Music Ensemble
Bass
  • Sébastien Faidherbe
Vocals
  • Sébastien Faidherbe
  • Johan Geenens
  • Linh Pham
Drums
  • Damien Magnette
Flute
  • Johan Geenens
Guitar
  • Wout Wittevrongel
Layout
  • Carl Roosens
Mixed By
  • Damien Magnette
  • Étienne Foyer
Recorded By
  • Étienne Foyer
Sampler
  • Wim Decoene
Electronics
  • Linh Pham

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