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In Memory (feat. Micke MIMO Moberg)

2001, Micke MIMO Moberg

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1.1
Intro (feat. Micke MIMO Moberg)
2001; Micke MIMO Moberg
1:43
1.2
Du och jag (feat. Micke MIMO Moberg)
2001; Micke MIMO Moberg
3:59
1.3
Lycklig för en stund (feat. Micke MIMO Moberg)
2001; Micke MIMO Moberg
4:00
1.4
En natt i staden (feat. Micke MIMO Moberg)
2001; Micke MIMO Moberg
2:58
1.5
Vägens vargar (feat. Micke MIMO Moberg)
2001; Micke MIMO Moberg
3:00
1.6
Följ mig (feat. Micke MIMO Moberg)
2001; Micke MIMO Moberg
5:28
1.7
I Wanna Feel You (feat. Micke MIMO Moberg)
2001; Micke MIMO Moberg
3:43
1.8
Ny dag ny tid (feat. Micke MIMO Moberg)
2001; Micke MIMO Moberg
5:03
1.9
Tinnerbarn (feat. Micke MIMO Moberg)
2001; Micke MIMO Moberg
4:16
1.10
Rock'n'roll (feat. Micke MIMO Moberg)
2001; Micke MIMO Moberg
2:53
Total Playing Time    37:03
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – MIMO SOUND PUBLISHING Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source
Track 7 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm

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