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Try Me Anyway / Fever

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1
Fever
00:04:04

Telepopmusik, Performer - Christophe Hetier, Composer, Writer - Stephan Haeri, Composer, Writer - Sylvia Gordon, Composer, Writer

Splendid Music Splendid Music

2
Try Me Anyway
00:03:36

Telepopmusik, Performer - Christophe Hetier, Composer, Writer - Stephan Haeri, Composer, Writer - Duke Bojadziev, Composer, Writer - Sylvia Gordon, Composer, Writer

Splendid Music Splendid Music

3
Try Me Anyway Zombie Disco Squad Remix
00:06:19

Telepopmusik, Performer - Christophe Hetier, Composer, Writer - Stephan Haeri, Composer, Writer - Duke Bojadziev, Composer, Writer - Sylvia Gordon, Composer, Writer - Zombie Disco Squad, Remixer

Splendid Music Splendid Music

4
Try Me Anyway Dirty Channels Remix
00:07:34

Telepopmusik, Performer - Christophe Hetier, Composer, Writer - Stephan Haeri, Composer, Writer - Duke Bojadziev, Composer, Writer - Sylvia Gordon, Composer, Writer - Dirty Channels, Remixer

Splendid Music Splendid Music

5
Fever Pit Spector Dub Remix
00:05:27

Telepopmusik, Performer - Christophe Hetier, Composer, Writer - Stephan Haeri, Composer, Writer - Sylvia Gordon, Composer, Writer - Pit Spector, Remixer

Splendid Music Splendid Music

6
Fever Populette Remix
00:06:24

Telepopmusik, Performer - Christophe Hetier, Composer, Writer - Stephan Haeri, Composer, Writer - Sylvia Gordon, Composer, Writer - Populette, Remixer

Splendid Music Splendid Music

7
Fever Pino Rastovich Remix
00:04:11

Telepopmusik, Performer - Christophe Hetier, Composer, Writer - Stephan Haeri, Composer, Writer - Sylvia Gordon, Composer, Writer - Pino Rastovich, Remixer

Splendid Music Splendid Music

8
Fever Tulip Remix
00:04:57

Telepopmusik, Performer - Christophe Hetier, Composer, Writer - Stephan Haeri, Composer, Writer - Sylvia Gordon, Composer, Writer - Tulip, Remixer

Splendid Music Splendid Music

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