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Jeanne Mas - J'Accuse flac album

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Performer: Jeanne Mas
Title: J'Accuse
Released: 1989
Style: Synth-pop
Category: Electronic / Rock / Pop
Rating: 4.3 ✦

Artist: Jeanne Mas. Album: Les Crises De L'âme, 2006. J'accuse - Jeanne Mas -Nouvel Album- "Bleu Citron" le 28/05/2011. Has been played on. France 4.

Jeanne Mas is the eponymously titled debut album from French pop singer Jeanne Mas. The music is entirely written by Romano Musumarra who also worked with artists such as Elsa Lunghini and Princess Stephanie of Monaco, the album peaked at for two months on the French Albums Chart, achieved Gold status and was sold about 231,100 copies. Parle et ça passe" (Jeanne Mas, Massimo Calabrese, Piero Calabrese, Romano Musumarra) – 4:23. Johnny, Johnny" (J. Mas, R. Musumarra) – 4:21.

Jeanne Mas ‎– Jeanne Mas. 레이블: Pathé Marconi EMI ‎– 1729171. 식: Vinyl, LP, Album, Red. 국가: France. A1. Parle Et Ça Passe. Written-By – J. Mas, Piero Et Massumo Calabrese, R. Musumarra. A4. Toute Première Fois. Zaneli, R. Producer – Andy Scott, Daniel Balavoine, Joe HammerWritten-By – J.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Electronic music Pop music Rock music. Released at: This album was released on the label Pathé Marconi EMI (catalog number 1736827). This album was released in 1989 year. Format of the release is.

Original Album Series. Audio CD, Import, July 22, 2014. All of Jeanne's albums in one collection. Great tunes, good lyrics, the best French pop has to offer. I understand Ms. Mas lives in LA now and is a vegan, too! Go Jeanne. Looking forward to more music from this talented artist.

This song is by Jeanne Mas and appears on the album Les Crises De L'ÂMe (1989). C'est une puissance invisibleLe choc des mots n'existe pasLorsque la force joue la violence et l'égoïsmeLorsque rien n'est plus fort que ta voixC'est l'insolence qui prend le rythmeMa liberté sous leurs doigts