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Doo Wop (That Thing)

Quantic & Anita Tijoux

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Doo Wop (That Thing) [feat. Iara Rennó] 00:03:44

L. Hill, Composer - Quantic, MainArtist - Iara Renno, FeaturedArtist - Anita Tijoux, MainArtist - Tru Thoughts, MusicPublisher

2013 Tru Thoughts 2013 Tru Thoughts

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Entre Rejas 00:04:10

Quantic, MainArtist - Anita Tijoux, MainArtist - L. P. Perez, Composer - Tru Thoughts, MusicPublisher

2013 Tru Thoughts 2013 Tru Thoughts

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