Gundam - NOW That's What I Call GUNDAM album flac
- Album: NOW That's What I Call GUNDAM
- FLAC: 1304 mb | MP3: 1803 mb
- Released: 2015
- Style: Grime
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 931
- Format: DMF MP2 MIDI MP1 AHX MMF DTS
|1||–Jack Ü||Where Are Ü Now (GUNDAM's Pulse Ü Edit)||5:07|
|2||–Chris Brown||Remember Me (GUNDAM's 'Sweetboy' Edit)||3:58|
|3||–Chris Brown||New Flame (GUNDAM Refix)||3:06|
|4||–R.Kelly*||Ignition (GUNDAM Edit)||3:26|
|5||–R.Kelly*||Ignition (GUNDAM Edit Vocal Mix)||3:26|
- Edited By – Gundam (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5)
- Remix – Gundam (tracks: 3)
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from NOW That's What I Call GUNDAM, released December 25, 2015. some rights reserved. GUNDAM Colchester, UK. placeholder. Support From: Kahn & Neek, Madam X, B. Traits, Bok Bok, Slackk, Filthy Vicars, Royal-T, Djemba Djemba, Stooki Sound, GRANDMIXXER, Nomis and mor.
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