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List Of KSL Live World Albums
... and Tomoe Tamiyasu who have previously sung songs for singles and albums released under Key's record label Key Sounds Label (KSL) ... Three albums were released which consists of two live albums and twos remix album ... The first live album was released in December 2008 containing the recording of the May 17, 2008 concert ...
Branko Isaković - Biography
... single "Moje bezvezne stvari", but due to the illness of the president Josip Broz Tito, it was released in 1980 by Jugoton ... writing material for their debut record which was released through PGP RTB records in 1981 ... The next album Mala noćna panika did not get a live tour as Mitrić, Stamatović and Cukić had to go to serve the army ...
Mr. Lover Lover – The Best Of Shaggy... Part 1 - Background
... Origins for the album date back to March 1999, as some sites report that an album, entitled the Ultimate Shaggy Collection, was released on March 23, 1999 ... The album included material from Shaggy's first four studio albums, as well as the original version of "Luv Me, Luv Me", which featured Janet Jackson, and three brand new songs - "The Reggae Virus ... However, no copies of the album ever appear to have been released ...
Satta Massagana - Release History
... The Abyssinians debut album has had a very complex release history ... The first unofficial editions, very limited in quantity, were released by Clive Hunt in 1975 ... The following years, 1977 and 1978, saw the album released by three labels under the title Forward On To Zion ...
Songs For My Mother
... Songs for My Mother is the fifth studio album released by Boyzone frontman and Irish singer/songwriter Ronan Keating ... The album was released on 16 March 2009 on Polydor Records, and is his first album to be released since the reunion of Boyzone ...

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