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Little Scotty - Going To A Disco To-Night album flac

  • Performer: Little Scotty
  • Album: Going To A Disco To-Night
  • FLAC: 1743 mb | MP3: 1692 mb
  • Released: 1979
  • Country: US
  • Style: Disco
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 198
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Little Scotty - Going To A Disco To-Night album flac

Tracklist

Going To A Disco To-Night (Vocal) 9:18
Going To A Disco To-Night (Instrumental) 4:48

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
86-86 Little Scotty Going To A Disco To-Night ‎(12", Gre) Queen Constance Records 86-86 US 1979
86-86 Little Scotty Going To A Disco To-Night ‎(12", Ora) Queen Constance Records 86-86 US 1979
86-86 Little Scotty Going To A Disco To-Night ‎(12", Unofficial) Queen Constance Records 86-86 Unknown


A Going To A Disco To-Night (Vocal). B Going To A Disco To-Night (Instrumental) 4:48. Companies, etc. Published By – Heavenly Star. Arranged By – Leon Seller Arranged By, Producer – Michael Campbell Producer – Patricia Brown, Peter Brown Written-By – Little Scotty. by Heavenly Star ASCAP. Going To A Disco To-Night (12", Gre). Going To A Disco To-Night (12", Unofficial). Queen Constance Records.

Album · 1979 · 2 Songs. More By Little Scotty. See All. Shout At the Disco - EP. 1979.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Queen Constance Records (catalog number 86-86). This album was released in 1979 year. US. Format of the release is.

Written-By – Lynsey de Paul, Mike Moran. B. Don't Wanna Fight. Written-By – Martyn Ford. Producer – John Punter, Martyn Ford. Going To A Disco ‎(12", Promo). MOUNT 001, MOUNT 1. UK. 1977. MOUNT 1. Martyn Ford. Going To A Disco ‎(12").

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