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Joanne Mackell - Trip The Light Fantastic / I Used To Think It Was Easy Album
Joanne Mackell - Trip The Light Fantastic / I Used To Think It Was Easy Album
Performer: Joanne Mackell
Title: Trip The Light Fantastic / I Used To Think It Was Easy
Label: United Artists Records
Country: Netherlands
Released: 1978
Style: Country Rock, Pop Rock
Cat: 5C 006-61309
Rating: 4.4/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2097 mb | MP3 size: 1886 mb | WMA size: 2656 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1I Used To Think It Was Easy3:08
2Trip The Light Fantastic3:37

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
36 402 ATJoanne Mackell Trip The Light Fantastic / I Used To Think It Was Easy ‎(7", Single)United Artists Records36 402 ATGermany1978
K 7189Joanne Mackell Trip The Light Fantastic ‎(7", Single)United Artists RecordsK 7189New Zealand1978
UP 36402Joanne Mackell Trip The Light Fantastic / I Used To Think It Was Easy ‎(7", Single)United Artists RecordsUP 36402UK1978
CM-158Joanne Mackell Trip The Light Fantastic / I Used To Think It Was Easy ‎(7", Single, Promo)United Artists RecordsCM-158Japan1978
UP 36.402Joanne Mackell Trip The Light Fantastic / I Used To Think It Was Easy ‎(7")United Artists RecordsUP 36.402France1978

Album

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