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Modern Revolutionary Peking Opera - Shachiapang mp3


Performer: Modern Revolutionary Peking Opera
Genre: Classical / Folk, World, & Country
Title: Shachiapang
Country: China
Released: 1970
Label: 中国唱片
Catalog Number: DM-6172
MP3 version ZIP size: 1779 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 802

Tracklist

1Scene 4 A Battle of Wits (part one)
2Scene 2 Evacuation (part two)
3Scene 3 Collaboration
4Scene 1 Making Contact
5Scene 2 Evacuation (part one)

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DM-6173Modern Revolutionary Peking Opera Shachiapang ‎(LP)中国唱片DM-6173China1970

Companies

  • Record Company – China Record Company

Album

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