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Small Faces - Biggest Small Faces Album

Small Faces - Biggest Small Faces Album Performer: Small Faces
Album: Biggest Small Faces
Country: Italy
Released: 1972
Style: Pop Rock, Beat
Label: Immediate
Genre: Rock / Pop
Catalog #: 3C 062 - 93245
Size FLAC: 2137 mb.
Size MP3: 2610 mb.
Rating: 4.3/5
Votes: 445
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Test Pressing


1Itchycoo Park
2Here Come The Nice
3All Or Nothing
4My Mind's Eye
5I Can't Make It
6Whacha Gonna Do About It
7Afterglow Of Your Love
8Lazy Sunday
9If I Were A Carpenter
10Tin Soldier
11Sha La la La Lee
12Hey Girl
13Every Little Bit Hurts
14Rolling Over


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
IMSP 050, IMSP.050Small Faces Biggest Small Faces ‎(LP, Comp)Immediate, ImmediateIMSP 050, IMSP.050New Zealand1972
3C 062 - 93245Small Faces Biggest Small Faces ‎(LP, Comp)Immediate3C 062 - 93245Italy1972


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