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Maluri (Acustic)
00:03:59

Breathelast, MainArtist - Andrei Mihai Ionut Carol, ComposerLyricist - Ionut Cojocaru, Composer - Valentin Birsan, Composer - Adrian Toea, Composer - Herman Heidel, Composer - Marius Costache, Producer

℗ 2014 Universal Music Romania

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Maluri (Electric)
00:03:59

Breathelast, MainArtist - Andrei Mihai Ionut Carol, ComposerLyricist - Ionut Cojocaru, Composer - Valentin Birsan, Composer - Adrian Toea, Composer - Herman Heidel, Composer - Marius Costache, Producer

℗ 2014 Universal Music Romania

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Întuneric
00:03:34

Breathelast, MainArtist - Andrei Mihai Ionut Carol, ComposerLyricist - Ionut Cojocaru, Composer - Marius Costache, Producer

℗ 2014 Universal Music Romania

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Maluri (Lazerface Remix)
00:05:00

Lazerface, Remixer, StudioPersonnel - Breathelast, MainArtist - Andrei Mihai Ionut Carol, ComposerLyricist - Ionut Cojocaru, Composer - Valentin Birsan, Composer - Adrian Toea, Composer - Herman Heidel, Composer

℗ 2014 Universal Music Romania

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