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  1. Zugore

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    Back in the High Life, an Album by Steve Winwood. Released 30 June on Island (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Steve Winwood (vocals, drum programming, writer, producer), Robbie Kilgore (synthesizer, sequencer, programming), Russ Titelman (producer), Tom Lord-Alge (engineer, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text), Jason Corsaro (engineer), Ted Jensen.
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  5. Menris

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    Jan 01,  · Check out I Can't Stand The Night (Can't Stand the Dub) by Carole Sylvan on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on quidwiddispinihungsofortwespasiteg.co
  6. Vojar

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    Light dances with dark, green fire burns in the night, hopes and dreams follow the wind, to fall in black or white. The prophecy spoke of Thomas Kestrel: outcast, lord, sorcerer, warrior, and perhaps savior of the Kingdoms — if he survives/5(63).
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  9. Fegul

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    It was recorded by Carole King on her landmark album Tapestry. Celine Dion recorded the song in for the Tapestry Revisited: A Tribute to Carole King album, and released it as a single. Mary J. Blige also recorded the song that year for New York Undercover. Rod Stewart covered the song on his album Smiler in

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