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The Jack Brothers - Greatest Hits album

The Jack Brothers - Greatest Hits album
  • Performer The Jack Brothers
  • Title Greatest Hits
  • Date of release 2012
  • Style Punk
  • Other formats DTS AU WMA MOD TTA VOC MP3
  • Genre Jazz / Rock / Blues / Folk music
  • Size MP3 1148 mb
  • Size FLAC 1277 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 255

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Tracklist

A1 Min lilla ros
A2 SOS blues
A3 Feska fesk
A4 Jag cyklar
A5 Romantisk
A6 Shake that tail
A7 2012 S–F
B1 Göran e snäll
B2 Hole in your pocket
B3 Solregn
B4 Står jag kvar
B5 TV:n tuggar
B6 Slibovich
C1 Krossa kapitalet
C2 Värmen kommer
C3 Moon is full
C4 π^14 x23
C5 Ett glas till
C6 Varning för snuten
D1 Tomten och Jesus
D2 Julbockens avsked
D3 Pass me that bottle
D4 Ingen tänker på Jesus
D5 Vodoo blues
D6 Tango Ulla-Britt
D7 Aga-visan

Notes

2 LP in a gatefold sleeve