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9 thoughts on “ I Know This Song - Various - 70 Minutos Full Time Hardcore (CD)

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    (Bryan Ferry/Andy Mackay) Published by BMG Songs Ltd. ℗ Virgin Records Ltd. Licensed from Universal Music Licensing Division. The Undertones – Teenage Kicks (J.J. O’Neill) Published by West Bank Songs Ltd/Universal/MCA Music Ltd. Produced by .
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    The song was produced by George Papapetros and Max Kourilov and released as a CD single on May 6, to attract attention for the tour. "This Time I Know It's for Real" peaked at number two on the ARIA Singles Chart and spent 14 weeks in the top ten.
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    Feb 22,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Now HITS 80s on Discogs.
  9. Whereas Hard To Find 45s on CD Volume Sugar Pop Classics focuses on a specific – if ephemeral – slice of the pop pie, Volume 60s & 70s Pop Classics embraces the cacophony, culling nearly an hour’s worth of wildly divergent Top 20 Hits not commonly found on other collections.

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