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  2. トラック by Lemos: Assid by Lemos on Resopal Red: Back La Va 8 チャート. Beat Of This - Beat Of That EP by Lemos on Bass Culture. 25 チャート.
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  4. Faust (German for "fist") is the debut studio album by German rock band jackconguilatachacawimisbicalci.xyzinfo was recorded live on 21 September and released later in the same year through Polydor jackconguilatachacawimisbicalci.xyzinfogh it was never a commercial success, Faust has garnered much retrospective acclaim from rock critics.
  5. Beat Of This - Beat Of That EP by Lemos on Bass Culture. 25 chartings. Bebe Fefe by Lemos on Cécille Numbers: Bee Side by Lemos & Kreon on We Are: 6 chartings. Bee-Side by Lemos & Kreon on We Are Records. 5 chartings. Bine Compadre feat. Ilan Manouach by Lemos on Cécille Numbers. 26 chartings. Blow It feat. Ilan Manouach.
  6. The performance on Mike Richter's CD-ROM and that on the CDs issued by live-rare-opera is stated to be that of 15 November and Faust is given as Giacomo Aragall wheras Faust was stated to be Luis Lima in Celestial Audio's online catalogue, so probably this recording is of a different performance.
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  8. Faust, opera in five (or sometimes four) acts by French composer Charles Gounod (French libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré) that premiered in Paris on March 19, The work draws upon Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s two-part play based on the German legend of a man who sells his soul to the.

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