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Iain Sanderson & John Geary - Sunburn album flac

  • Performer: Iain Sanderson
  • Album: Sunburn
  • FLAC: 1288 mb | MP3: 1692 mb
  • Released: 2009
  • Style: Hard House
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 181
Iain Sanderson & John Geary - Sunburn album flac


1 Sunburn 8:34

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Iain Sanderson & John Geary - Sunburn ‎(File, MP3, 320). Killertrax Collective.

Iain Sanderson/John Geary. DJ-friendly full length tracks. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release.

Sunburn is the full-length debut album by the band Fuel released in 1998. It was produced by Steven Haigler. The songs "Shimmer", "Jesus or a Gun", and "Bittersweet" were released as singles. Shimmer" peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100. Sunburn was certified Platinum (one million units sold) by the RIAA on May 24, 2000. All songs written by Carl Bell.

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