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Marquee Moon - On Album
Marquee Moon
Post-Punk, Alternative Rock
01 Jul 2006
MP3 album size:
1440 mb
FLAC album size:
2108 mb
Álvaro Jiménez


2My Mar Lunar6:04
3Russian Mountain7:11
4Conversations with an Imaginary Sister5:03
6A Metallic Structure4:45
9The Arctic
Backing Vocals – Carlos R. Arocha Ferreiro, Susi Morla
11Clock Room
Featuring – Anael


  • Bass, Vocals, Backing Vocals, Lyrics ByA. Javier Martín Batista
  • DesignCarlos R. Arocha Ferreiro
  • DrumsFrancisco Frechín
  • Keyboards, Programmed By, Backing Vocals, Percussion, GlockenspielDavid González
  • Photography ByFrancisco Trujillo
  • TechnicianJorge Jiménez Calero
  • Vocals, Backing Vocals, Guitar, PercussionÁlvaro Jiménez
  • Written By, ProducerMarquee Moon


  • Depósito Legal: D.L. TF-317/2006


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