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Juan Manuel - Caballero/Songs Of Old Mexico flac album

Juan Manuel - Caballero/Songs Of Old Mexico flac album

MP3 1930 mb. | FLAC 1865 mb. | WMA 1608 mb.

Performer: Juan Manuel
Title: Caballero/Songs Of Old Mexico
Style: Mariachi
Category: Latin
Rating: 4.1 ✦
Other format: MPC AHX AC3 WMA ASF RA MP4

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Juan Manuel is the second album by Plastilina Mosh, a band from Monterrey, Mexico, released in 2000. The album cover and art were made by Aldo Chaparro.

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