CHERISH - wakakusa no kamikazari - SF-42

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Artist CHERISH
Title wakakusa no kamikazari
Label VICTOR / VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN LTD
Catalog Number SF-42
Pressing JAPAN
Release Year 1973
Media Vinyl Records
Speed 45rpm
Size 7inch
Disc 1-disc
Mono/Stereo stereo
Genre J-POP
Barcode N/A
Includes picture sleeve, company sleeve
Notes 2trk, bw/hana no kanashimi, crease on cover, disc has scratches
Cover Condition VG
Disc Condition VG
Weight 80grams(approx.0.18lb)

CHERISH wakakusa no kamikazari SF-42 - front cover
CHERISH wakakusa no kamikazari SF-42 - back cover
CHERISH wakakusa no kamikazari SF-42 - disc

CHERISH wakakusa no kamikazari SF-42 チェリッシュ 若草の髪かざり

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