Sailor & Trouble - Sailor

Sailor & Trouble
•    Two on one CD coupling of Sailor’s first two albums
•    "Glass Of Champagne” (No.2) and "Girls Girls Girls” (No.7) are both featured
•    Also includes Dutch hits like "Traffic Jam” and "Let’s Go To Town”
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Code: GLAMCD72
Weight: 200
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SAILOR Traffic Jam / Blue Desert / Sailor / The Girls Of Amsterdam / The Street / Let’s Go To Town / Josephine Baker / Blame It On The Soft Spot / Open Up The Door / Sailor’s Night On The Town BONUS TRACK Harbour TROUBLE Girls Girls Girls / Trouble In Hong Kong / People In Love / Coconut / Jacaranda / A Glass Of Champagne / My Kind Of Girl / Panama / Stop That Man / The Old Nickelodeon Sound
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