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Drexia   (Spain)

EuroDance group
Added : 11/11/2017
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Wonderful Days
94 1995

 

Drexia singles

Wonderful Days Wonderful Days 1995  

 

 



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Drexia biography

Drexia was Spanish dance project produced by Guillermo de Juan and P. Roman. It released a cover of the song Wonderful Days (Help Get Me Some Help), originally performed by Tony Ronald in 1970. Song was recorded at San Andreu Mix. Label: Bit Music

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Drexia biography was last updated Fri, November 10th 2017

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