Kansan Uutiset: Suomi Orgasmin Partaalla, 2×LP (Vinyl)
Kansan Uutiset: Suomi Orgasmin Partaalla, 2×LP (Vinyl)
€16.90
Net price (incl. 19% VAT)

Kansan Uutiset
Suomi Orgasmin Partaalla

  • 2×LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
includes booklet
  • Höhnie Records
  • (HÖ 103)
  • 29 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • heavy item (600g)
  • EX+ / EX+
  • virgin
  • new and unplayed but not sealed

tracks

LP

A1

Ankee Aamu

A2

Koira On Parempi Poliisi

A3

Koti, Uskonto & Isänmaa

A4

Armeija Ei Tee Miestä Enää

A5

Kauniita Unia

A6

Etusivun Juttu

A7

Siat

A8

Hullu Kuvittelee

A9

Vasikka

A10

Sika-Lars

A11

Liian Puhdas

B1

Ankee Aamu II

B2

Epäkesko

B3

Talousarvio

B4

Pikku-Jeesus

B5

Now I Wanna Fuck Your Dog

B6

Cannabis Kukkakauppoihin

B7

Se Jokin Sinulla On

12"

C1

Koti, Uskonto & Isänmaa

C2

Armeija Ei Tee Miestä Enää

C3

Etusivun Juttu

C4

Siat

C5

Hullu Kuvittelee

C6

Vasikka

C7

Mä Vihaan Sua

C8

Koira On Parempi Poliisi

C9

Kauniita Unia

C10

Etusivun Juttu

C11

Koti, Uskonto & Isänmaa

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