Chris - Take Me To The Top album flac
|1||Take Me To The Top (Ultimate Mix)||6:02|
|2||Take Me To The Top (Only For D.J.)||1:03|
|3||Two By Two (Ghostly Mix)||3:59|
|4||Take Me To The Top (Live Version)||3:59|
- Manufactured By – Alfa Records, Inc
- Licensed Through – Beaver Records Ltd.
- Published By – S.A.I.F.A.M.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – ASIA s.r.l.
- Copyright (c) – ASIA s.r.l.
- Recorded At – Factory 2
- Mixed At – Factory Sound Studio
- Mixed By – J.J. "Boom Boom" Nesty*
- Producer – M.Farina/G.Crivellente/F.Fadinger*
- Recorded By – F.Serra*
- Written-By – C.Accatino* (tracks: 1, 2, 4), G.Crivellente*, M.Farina*, R. Gold* (tracks: 3)
NotesRecorded and mixed at Factory Sound Studio
Licensed through Beaver Records
Published by SAIFAM
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 4988024112427
- Barcode (Text): 4 988024 112427
- Rights Society: JASRAC
|ARD 1095||Chris||Take Me To The Top (12")||Asia Records||ARD 1095||Italy||1990|
|ALDB-79||Chris||Take Me To The Top (CD, Mini, Maxi, Promo)||Alfa International||ALDB-79||Japan||1990|
Take me to the top. Лицензиар. Gruppo F (от лица компании "The Saifam Group Srl"); ASCAP" и другие авторские общества (4).
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