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Kryssy

Kryssy   (Spain)

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Added : 30/10/2010
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She's In The Rain
Hot Stuff
96 1997 1998

 

Kryssy singles

She's In The Rain She's In The Rain 1997  
Hot Stuff Hot Stuff 1998  

 

 



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Kryssy biography

Kryssy is a Spanish project of Jose Vicente and Sebastian Rios, featuring Christina Orue in the continuation of their previous project Kriss. 2 singles were released : She's In The Rain in 1997 (including a Spanish version of the song entitled Entre La Lluvia), and in 1998 a sort of EP entitled Hot Stuff which included a track called Full Stuff and 3 versions of You Wanna Be Free.

Thanks to Marian Stoica

Kryssy biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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