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Ministry Of Sound

Ministry Of Sound   (Germany)

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Added : 19/04/2007
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Let's All Chant
Nobody
93 1994 1995 1996

 

Ministry Of Sound singles

Let's All Chant Let's All Chant 1994  
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Nobody Nobody 1996  
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Ministry Of Sound biography

Raps on Let's All Chant were done by Eric "XL" Singleton, vocals by Valeri Scott. The single was written by Micahel Zager and Alvin Fields. The B-side was written by Didi Hamann/Bali.

The follow-up single was out in 1996. Entitled Nobody, it featured once again Valeri, along with Roc. The CD maxi also included a CD-Rom part with infos and games.

Thanks to BroderTuck

Ministry Of Sound biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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