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Forever Pavot - Christophe Colomb

Forever Pavot - Christophe Colomb

Performer: Forever Pavot
Title: Christophe Colomb
Style: Psychedelic Rock
Released: 2012
Cat#: OG001
Country: France
Label: La Ogue Records
Size MP3 version: 2807 mb
Size FLAC version: 2914 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 013
Genre: Electronic / Rock

Forever Pavot - Christophe Colomb


Tracklist

1Christophe Colomb
2Le Penitent Le Passe

Credits

  • ArtworkMarc Zory Casali
  • Bass GuitarMarc Zory Casali (tracks: B)
  • Mastered ByLo'Spider
  • PerformerEmile Sornin
  • Producer, Recorded By, Written ByEmile Sornin

Notes

7" Limited To 50 hand-numbered copies.

Album

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