Matthias Schuster: Atemlos, LP (Vinyl)
Matthias Schuster: Atemlos, LP (Vinyl)
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Matthias Schuster : Atemlos

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
mit Einlageblatt
  • Konkurrenz
  • (6435 116)
  • Konkurrenz
  • (KON 8)
  • 13 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • minor hairline marks on vinyl, minor shelf wear on sleeve

tracks

A1

Für Alles Auf Der Welt

4:04
A2

Umarmung

1:47
A3

Schlaglichter

Guitar
  • Jürgen Weiß
Sequenced By
  • Jan T. Krahn
2:38
A4

Language Trainer

1:59
A5

Habari Gani

4:09
A6

An Rah Robeel

Guitar
  • Jürgen Weiß
5:42
B1

Atemlos

3:57
B2

Harakiri

1:08
B3

G. F.

2:39
B4

Geschichte Der Nacht

2:23
B5

Verlangen

2:26
B6

Mussuri Sana

Bass
  • Jürgen Weiß
5:11
B7

Der Schwarze Engel

1:09

Credits

Rockers Related
  • Geisterfahrer
Design
  • Wolfgang Belka
Drums
  • Jürgen Weiß
Engineer
  • Eberhard Schnellen
Music By
Lyrics By
Vocals
  • Matthias Schuster
Instruments
  • Matthias Schuster
Cover
  • Matthias Schuster
Photography By
  • Bernhard Seemann

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LP (Vinyl)