Radio Version

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Leave It To The Girls - Broadcast Details - Radio Version
... The series was originally a radio program airing on MBS starting in 1945 with hostess Paula Stone ...
Mega Mix (Boney M. Song) - Single Releases
301 (BMG / MCI 12606. 7, 1992) 12" "Mega Mix" (Long Version) - 612 / "Babysitter" (Remix) (Allegue, Mahjun, Farian, Courage) - 348 / "Mega Mix" (Radio Version) - 351 / "Bang ... "Mega Mix" (Radio Version) - 351 / 2 ... "Mega Mix" (Long Version) - 612 / 3 ...
I Want You (Savage Garden Song) - Track Listings
... UK CD (1997) "I Want You" (album version) "I Want You" (Xenomania Funky Mix) "I Want You" (Xenomania 12" Club Mix) "I Want You" (Sharp Miami Mix ...
Alter Ego (Amanda Lear Album) - Single Releases - CD
1995 "Everytime You Touch Me" (Radio Version) / (Underground Version) ** / (Long Version) ** / (Underground Instrumental Version) ** (Italy, Giungla Records / BMG 74321-27505-2) 1995 "Everytime You Touch Me" (Radio ...
John Deere Green - Radio Version
... Diffie recorded a new version of "John Deere Green" for radio airplay ... This version includes a more electronic-sounding drum track (it is unknown whether a drum machine or an electronic drum kit was used in this recording) as well as Diffie's vocal sounding slightly different than ... The radio version also eliminates the album version's second instrumental break and fourth refrain by immediately proceeding to the song's outro ...

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