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WILLIAMS, ANDY - newest hits - LSS-655-C

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Artist WILLIAMS, ANDY
Title newest hits
Label CBS / NIPPON COLUMBIA CO LTD
Catalog Number LSS-655-C
Pressing JAPAN
Release Year 1967
Media Vinyl Records
Speed 33rpm
Size 7inch
Disc 1-disc
Mono/Stereo stereo
Genre OLDIES
Barcode N/A
Includes picture sleeve, lyric insert(vg, writing and stains)
Notes 4trk, flipback sleeve, a1.music to watch girls by a2.born free b1.i really don't want to know b2.in the arms of love, disc has surface noise, stains on cover, disc has scratches with noise
Cover Condition VG
Disc Condition VG
Weight 90grams(approx.0.2lb)

WILLIAMS, ANDY newest hits LSS-655-C - front cover
WILLIAMS, ANDY newest hits LSS-655-C - back cover
WILLIAMS, ANDY newest hits LSS-655-C - disc

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