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2000 Years After Zero (Maxi).
ロフィール: American, German singer and song writer and artist who has grown up between Germany and the US.
A 2000 Years After Zero. B. Elastic Man Written-By –. Christin.
Singer, Songwriter, Vocal Coach at Voice your Emotion. Christin Sargent, Category: Artist, Singles: Moonlit Miles, Indigo Blue, Where Do We Go from Here, Top Tracks: Indigo Blue, Where Do We Go from Here, Moonlit Miles, Monthly Listeners: 1, Where People Listen: Stockholm, Vasby, Klippan.
About Christin Sargent. American, German singer and song writer and artist who has grown up between Germany and the US. An early entry into the music business at age sixteen in the midst of the Munich heydays, led to a long string of gigs and productions in the upper league of pop music. Christin resides in Stockholm and is still active. Christin Sargent songs.
The Making Of The Christin Sargent Album. Wednesday, December 10, 2008.
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