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Performer: Tommy Fischer
Title: Die Fünfte Dimension
Country: Germany
Genre: Pop
Released: 1995
Catalog number: 36242
Label: BPA Records
MP3 album szie: 2221 mb
FLAC album size: 1387 mb


1Die Fünfte Dimension (Maxi-Version)3:59
2Herz In Der Hand3:30
3Die Fünfte Dimension (Single)3:16


  • Co-producerTommy Fischer
  • Lyrics ByViktor Seroneit
  • Music ByPeter Schnell
  • Photography ByManfred Esser
  • ProducerPeter Schnell


  • Barcode: 014794 362424
  • Label Code: LC 8392
  • Rights Society: GEMA
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