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Packi - Pac-Man album download

Performer:

Packi

Title:

Pac-Man

Genre:

For children / Stage

MP3 album size:

1825 mb

Other music formats:

ADX AU WAV AAC WMA DXD ASF

Rating:

4.2 ✱

Style:

Theme

Country:

Italy

Date of release:

2013

Packi - Pac-Man album download

Tracklist

A Pac-Man 2:23
B Pac-Man (Base Musicale) 2:23

Notes

Limited edition, printed in two colors (banana-yellow and crystal fluo yellow), 150 copies per color, originally sold together.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TVL 45 011 Packi* Pac-Man ‎(7", Ltd, Cry) Tivulandia TVL 45 011 Italy 2013



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