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YAMAMOTO, TATSUHIKO - say good-bye my girl - T12-1076


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Title say good-bye my girl
Catalog Number T12-1076
Pressing JAPAN
Release Year 1984
Media Vinyl Records
Speed 45rpm
Size 12inch
Disc 1-disc
Mono/Stereo stereo
Genre SSW
Barcode N/A
Includes obisticker on shrink(vg, opened), lyric insert(vg, stains)
Notes 2trk, a1.say good-bye girl(english version/extended dance mix) b1.missing love(english version/extended dance mix), kenji kitajima, disc has light scratches, corner damage on cover
Cover Condition EX
Disc Condition EX
Weight 240grams(approx.0.53lb)

YAMAMOTO, TATSUHIKO say good-bye my girl T12-1076 - front cover
YAMAMOTO, TATSUHIKO say good-bye my girl T12-1076 - back cover
YAMAMOTO, TATSUHIKO say good-bye my girl T12-1076 - disc

YAMAMOTO, TATSUHIKO say good-bye my girl T12-1076 山本達彦 セイ・グッバイ・マイ・ガール

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