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Marcia Baila - Les Rita Mitsouko - The No Comprendo (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Ker says:
    Les Rita Mitsouko - Andy - réalisé par Philippe Gautier Toute la discographie des Rita Mitsouko est remasterisée. Redécouvrez l’intégralité de leur discographie: thrisjuncprenenelbron.compcumcycarraraswitaglicounroumer.infoinfo. Albums disponibles sur toutes les plateformes.
  2. Feran says:
    Jan 04,  · Rita Mitsouko is the début studio album by the French pop rock group Les Rita Mitsouko. It was released in April and includes the singles "Restez Avec Moi" and "Marcia Baïla 5/5(5).
  3. Kazisho says:
    Sep 27,  · referencing Les Rita Mitsouko Présentent The No Comprendo, CD, Album, RE, 0, The timing on Track 11 is (instead of ). Reply Notify me Helpful/5().
  4. Gardashura says:
    Oct 27,  · The No Comprendo is the second studio album by French pop rock group Les Rita Mitsouko. It was released in and includes the singles "Andy", "C'est Comme Ça" and "Les Histoires d’A.". The album was recorded with veteran producer Tony Visconti at Studio Good Earth, London, Studio Rita Mitsouko, Paris and mixed at Studio Good Earth/5(13).
  5. Arashihn says:
    Apr 21,  · The album was recorded with veteran producer Conny Plank at Conny's Studio, Köln, Germany, and Studio Rita Mitsouko, Paris, with overdubs in Conny's Place. Receiving positive reviews, the .
  6. Akinorg says:
    The lyrics were in French and I couldn't understand them but I didn't care. I went to the record store the next day and asked for "Andy", assuming/hoping that was the title. It was like 87th on the charts or something like that and I knew Les Rita Mitsouko had to be correct. There was 1 copy of No Comprendo available on cassette. The album rocks/5(32).
  7. Sajora says:
    Sep 01,  · The No Comprendo is the second studio album by French pop rock group Les Rita Mitsouko. It was released in and includes the singles "Andy", "C'est Comme Ça" and "Les Histoires d’A.". The album /5(5).
  8. Nezahn says:
    "Marcia Baïla" is a song recorded by the French duo Rita Mitsouko. It was the third single from their first album, Rita Mitsouko, and was released in April of that year. Dedicated to a dancer with the band who died in , this song was a big hit both in France and abroad and can be considered as being one of the band's signature thrisjuncprenenelbron.compcumcycarraraswitaglicounroumer.infoinfo: Pop.

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