The Spiders - Corre Corre album FLAC
Back by The Spiders (6). View all albums . Corre Corre. By: The Spiders (6) (1980, Rock).
The Spiders (6) – Corre Corre - Run Run - 54th Avenue. Label: Not On Label – none.
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Leño is the third and last studio album by Spanish Hard rock band Leño. It was produced by Carlos Nerea and published by Chapa Discos in 1982. It was recorded at Ian Gillan's recording studio located in London, with the production of Carlos Narea. There are notable songs included such as Sorprendente or ¡Qué desilusión!. The intention was to achieve prestige both inside and outside Spain but when the critics of Kerrang! evaluated the album, the result was awful
25 Corre, 25 De Mayo, Buenos Aires, Argentina. FOTO Deportiva-25 De MAYO added 65 new photos to the album 10K 25 DE MAYO- 9/12/2017 - with Malvina Michelli and 2 others in 25 De Mayo, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 13 December 2017 ·. Nº categoria puesto corredor tiempo ciudad.
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For other uses, see Corre. Corre! (English: "Run!") is a pop song written by Mexican duo Jesse & Joy. The song is included on their third studio album, ¿Con Quién Se Queda El Perro? (2011), and was released as the second single on October 4, 2011. The song has become one of the most successful for the duo, reaching number one in several countries. It is the most successful single from ¿Con Quién Se Queda El Perro? to date, and it is recognized as one of Jesse & Joy's signature songs. The track won Song of the Year and Record of the Year at the 13th Annual Latin Grammy Awards.
Corre La Licorne was a French car maker founded 1901 in Levallois-Perret, at the north-western edge of central Paris, by Jean-Marie Corre. Cars were produced until 1947. The first cars were named Corre, but racing successes by a driver called Waldemar Lestienne, who came from an old family with a crest featuring a unicorn, led to the company adopting the name Corre La Licorne.
|A1||Run, Run, Run|
|A5||Out Of The Country|
|B1||Sea And Sand|
|B2||Nothing More To Say|
|B4||It's Good To Have You Back|
|B5||Can´t Wait Anymore|
|none||The Spiders||Corre Corre - Run Run - 54th Avenue (CD, Album, Ltd)||Not On Label||none||Mexico||1994|