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La Maison Tellier - Sur un volcan (Special Edition Vinyl)
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Sur un volcan (Special Edition Vinyl)
La Maison Tellier
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La Maison Tellier, Performer - Yannick Marais, Composer, Writer - Sebastien Miel, Composer - Hyacinthe Chetoui, Composer - Frederic Aubin, Arranger - Morgan Baudry, Arranger
La Maison Tellier, Performer - Yannick Marais, Composer, Writer - Sebastien Miel, Composer - Morgan Baudry, Composer - Frederic Aubin, Arranger - Hyacinthe Chetoui, Arranger
AT(h)OME La Maison Tellier
La Maison Tellier, Performer - Yannick Marais, Composer, Writer - Sebastien Miel, Composer - Frederic Aubin, Composer - Morgan Baudry, Arranger - Hyacinthe Chetoui, Arranger
About the album
- 1 disc(s) - 3 track(s)
- Total length: 00:15:15
- Main artist: La Maison Tellier
- Composer: Yannick Marais
- Label: At(h)ome
- Genre: Pop/Rock Rock Alternative & Indie
16-Bit CD Quality 44.1 kHz - Stereo
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