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Lescop - EP

Lescop

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1
La forêt
00:04:44

Lescop, Performer - Gaël Etienne, Composer - Nicolas Congé, Composer - Mathieu Peudupin, Composer

2011 Pop Noire

2
Tokyo, la nuit
00:03:36

Lescop, Performer - Adrien Virot, Composer - Gaël Etienne, Composer - Nicolas Congé, Composer - Mathieu Peudupin, Composer

2011 Pop Noire

3
Marlène
00:03:15

Lescop, Performer - Nicolas Congé, Composer - Mathieu Peudupin, Composer

2011 Pop Noire

4
Je danse
00:03:40

Lescop, Performer - Nicolas Congé, Composer - Mathieu Peudupin, Composer

2011 Pop Noire

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