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Things We Like to Hear

Nils Wogram Nostalgia

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1
Lucerne or Japan 00:06:15

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Nils Wogram, Composer, Trombone - Arno Krijger , Organ - Nils Wogram Nostalgia, Artist, MainArtist - Dejan Tersić, Drums

2019 nwog Records 2019 nWog Records

2
Superfood 00:05:48

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Nils Wogram, Composer, Trombone - Arno Krijger , Organ - Nils Wogram Nostalgia, Artist, MainArtist - Dejan Tersić, Drums

2019 nwog Records 2019 nWog Records

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Things We Like to Hear 00:07:07

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Nils Wogram, Composer, Trombone - Arno Krijger , Organ - Nils Wogram Nostalgia, Artist, MainArtist - Dejan Tersić, Drums

2019 nwog Records 2019 nWog Records

4
Rich People in a Bad Mood 00:07:20

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Nils Wogram, Composer, Trombone - Arno Krijger , Organ - Nils Wogram Nostalgia, Artist, MainArtist - Dejan Tersić, Drums

2019 nwog Records 2019 nWog Records

5
Soft Power 00:06:00

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Nils Wogram, Composer, Trombone - Arno Krijger , Organ - Nils Wogram Nostalgia, Artist, MainArtist - Dejan Tersić, Drums

2019 nwog Records 2019 nWog Records

6
Plants Can't Wait 00:04:29

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Nils Wogram, Composer, Trombone - Arno Krijger , Organ - Nils Wogram Nostalgia, Artist, MainArtist - Dejan Tersić, Drums

2019 nwog Records 2019 nWog Records

7
Quality Is Our Responsibility 00:06:57

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Nils Wogram, Composer, Trombone - Arno Krijger , Organ - Nils Wogram Nostalgia, Artist, MainArtist - Dejan Tersić, Drums

2019 nwog Records 2019 nWog Records

8
Wet Stand 00:06:35

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Nils Wogram, Composer, Trombone - Arno Krijger , Organ - Nils Wogram Nostalgia, Artist, MainArtist - Dejan Tersić, Drums

2019 nwog Records 2019 nWog Records

9
Possibilities Gain Desires 00:04:10

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Nils Wogram, Composer, Trombone - Arno Krijger , Organ - Nils Wogram Nostalgia, Artist, MainArtist - Dejan Tersić, Drums

2019 nwog Records 2019 nWog Records

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