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Themen Gilbert

Themen (Gilbert)   (Netherlands)

AKA : Gilly-Mac
EuroDance member
Added : 15/05/2010
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Play The Game
Crazy World
92 1993 1994

 

Featurings and collaborations

Play The Game RVR - Play The Game 1993  
Crazy World 2nd Nature - Crazy World 20th Jul 1994  

Songwriting

Crazy World 2nd Nature - Crazy World 20th Jul 1994  
Everybody Mac Project - Everybody 1996  

 



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Gilbert Themen biography

Gilbert Themen aka Gilly-Mac fronted the project 2nd Nature. He also contributed to Mac Project and visited the Twenty 4 Seven album Twenty 4 Hours Seven Days A Week (his vocals were used on the track Angel, together with Erica Verhoeven).

Gilbert Themen biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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