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Tea|The Ship

The Ship

Tea

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1
Breakdown
00:07:13

Marc Storace, Composer - Tea, MainArtist - Philippe Kienholz, Composer

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2
Through Scarlet
00:04:40

Marc Storace, Composer - Armand Volker, Composer - Tea, MainArtist - Philippe Kienholz, Composer - Arthuro Paschayan, Composer

1975 Tea 1975 Tea

3
The Ship
00:06:47

Marc Storace, Composer - Tea, MainArtist - Philippe Kienholz, Composer

1975 Tea 1975 Tea

4
See You Again
00:04:01

Marc Storace, Composer - Armand Volker, Composer - Dieter Dierks, Composer - Tea, MainArtist - Arthuro Schmid, Composer

1975 Tea 1975 Tea

5
I'd Never Have Bothered
00:07:58

Marc Storace, Composer - Dieter Dierks, Composer - Tea, MainArtist

1975 Tea 1975 Tea

6
A Dog Called Joe
00:03:17

Armand Volker, Composer - Tea, MainArtist - Arthuro Paschayan, Composer

1975 Tea 1975 Tea

7
Crystal Rivers
00:02:48

Marc Storace, Composer - Armand Volker, Composer - Tea, MainArtist - Roland Eggli, Composer - Arthuro Paschayan, Composer

1975 Tea 1975 Tea

8
Summer in the City
00:02:51

Steve Boone, Composer - Sebastian John Benson, Composer - Tea, MainArtist - Sebastian Mark, Composer

1975 Tea 1975 Tea

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