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Miss Love

Miss Love   (Poland)

Bubble Gum group
Added : 31/10/2017
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Baby Don't Go
Go Baby
Gypsy's Heart
Iou (I Got U)
97 1998 1999 2000

 

Miss Love singles

Baby Don't Go Baby Don't Go 19th Jul 1998  
Go Baby Go Baby 2000  
Gypsy's Heart Gypsy's Heart 18th Sep 2000  
Iou (I Got U) Iou (I Got U) 14th Oct 2000  

 

 



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Miss Love biography

Miss Love was a Polish bubble gum dance project created by producer Janardana. Most popular Miss Love was Go Baby. In 2008, Miss Love singles were digitally re-released on iTunes under label 12" Golden Dance Classics.

Iou (I Got U) was also released on some compilations under project name Janardana.

Thanks to Gianni

Miss Love biography was last updated Tue, October 31st 2017

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