Lee Marrow - To Go Crazy (In The 20th Century) FLAC album
To Go Crazy (Extended Version).
To Go Crazy (Extended Version).
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12" Vinyl 1. 1. To Go Crazy (In The 20th Century) (Mix Version). 2. To Go Crazy (In The 20th Century) (Extended Version). 3. To Go Crazy (In The 20th Century) (City Version).
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|1||To Go Crazy (In The 20th Century) (Radio Mix)||3:58|
|2||To Go Crazy (In The 20th Century) (Extended Mix)||6:38|
|3||To Go Crazy (In The 20th Century) (Instrumental Version)||4:00|
|4||Movin' (Extended Version)||5:18|
- Producer, Arranged By – Checco, Soul Train
|MIX 495||Lee Marrow||To Go Crazy (In The 20th Century) (12")||World Of Music||MIX 495||Italy||1991|
|CSR CD5 0100||Lee Marrow||To Go Crazy (In The 20th. Century) (CD, Single)||Central Station||CSR CD5 0100||Australia & New Zealand||1995|
|15165-1||Lee Marrow||To Go Crazy (In The 20th Century) (12", Promo)||Quality Records||15165-1||US||1991|
|MSP-458||Lee Marrow||To Go Crazy (In The 20th Century) (7", Promo)||Max Music||MSP-458||Spain||1991|
|MMA-458||Lee Marrow||To Go Crazy (In The 20th Century) (12", Maxi)||Max Music||MMA-458||Spain||1991|