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Power Play   (Poland)

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Added : 02/04/2011
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Jaki Ty Naprawde Jestes
95 1996

 

Power Play albums

Jaki Ty Naprawde Jestes Jaki Ty Naprawde Jestes 1996

 

 



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Power Play biography

Album Jaki Ty Naprawdę Jesteś was recorded at "Star Maker Studios" in Warsaw (Poland) between February and May 1996. It was engineered by Krzysztof Czub (aka Dance Bond) and produced by Jacek Kruszewski. Label: Blue Star. Composer Wieslaw Wolnik contributed to many tracks of this album. Izabela did vocals on the track Jak Samotny Żagiel. A video was shot for Jaki Ty Naprawdę Jesteś.

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Power Play biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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