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The Singles - Candy album mp3

The Singles  - Candy album mp3

Performer: The Singles
Title: Candy
Released: 2015
Style: Dance-pop
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 104
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Candy - Single Tracklist. 1. Candy (Ft. Este Haim, Holly Miranda, Julia Haltigan, Kendra Morris & Scarlett Johansson) Lyrics. About Candy - Single.

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Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Federal Prism


  • Band – Holly Miranda, Julia Haltigan, Kendra Morris, Scarlett Johansson
  • Drums – Este Haim
  • Producer – Dave Sitek.*, The Singles


Released to supporters of the Federal Prism pop-up shop campaign.
Credits taken from download page on Pledgemusic.

The music was recorded at the Federal Prism Studio.

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