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No Artist - Don't Look In The Basement (Radio Spot) mp3

No Artist - Don't Look In The Basement (Radio Spot) mp3

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Interprète: No Artist
Titre: Don't Look In The Basement (Radio Spot)
Pays: US
Publié sur: 1973
Style: Promotional, Spoken Word
Catégorie: Non musique / Télé
Classement: 4.7
Catalogue #: #7322
Label: American International Pictures, Inc.

Tracklist

1Cut 11:00


Notes

Promotional record sent to radio stations to promote the release of S.F. Brownrigg's 'The Forgotten' / 'Don't Look in the Basement' , starring Bill McGhee, Jessie Lee Fulton and Robert Dracup. The B-side is just a plain off-white label without any audio.


Album

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