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Hot Stuff - Rolling Stones* - Vive La France! (CD)

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  1. Kajar
    Rolling Stones / Vive La France /2CD in s, Rolling Stones, Singer's Original /08/14 Views Paris-Pavillon, Paris France, June 7th + Bonus 1Pro-CDR- Live at Paris, France.
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  2. Vudoramar
    7" Single on 45cat: Rolling Stones - Hot Stuff / Hand Of Fate - Rolling Stones - France - RS
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  3. Voodooshicage
    Forty Licks is a double compilation album by The Rolling Stones.A year career-spanning retrospective, Forty Licks is notable for being the first retrospective to combine their formative Decca/London era of the s, now licensed by ABKCO Records (on disc one), with their self-owned post material, distributed at the time by Virgin/EMI but now distributed by ABKCO's own .
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  4. Nirr
    Rolling Stones A: Hot Stuff B: Hand Of Fate: Rolling Stones France: RS Jun 7" 0: The Rolling Stones A: Miss You B: Far Away Eyes: Rolling Stones France: 2C 7" 4: The Rolling Stones A: Respectable B: When The Whip Comes Down: Rolling Stones France: 2C 7" 1: The Rolling Stones A: Emotional.
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  5. Faeshicage
    "Hot Stuff" is a song by the English rock and roll band The Rolling Stones on their album Black and Blue. "Hot Stuff", written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, was recorded in March, October and December during the Black and Blue sessions, and is heavily influenced by the disco/funk sounds of the day, with Charlie Watts laying down.
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  6. Fausida
    FLAC Rolling Stones Hot Stuff volume 2 - In Studio () Great Dane Records [GDR /ABCD] 4 CD-Set Soundboard.
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  7. Fenrinos
    The Rolling Stones - Vive La France!. (A Vinyl Gang Product:: VGP) Recorded Live at Pavilon de Paris, Paris, France - June 07, Stereo Soundboard Recording-> Bootleg Silver CD:: CBR kbps. Disc 1 Honky Tonk Women If You Can't Rock Me / Get Off Of My Cloud Hand Of Fate Hey Negrita Ain't To Proud To Beg Fool To Cry Hot Stuff.
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  8. Kazilmaran
    June 4th, very Good audience tape (originally used for "Alright Charlie Watts" on Dirty Work Productions Label and "Vive La France" from Vinyl Gang), also include some excellent mono mixes from the Paris performances that were taped for French TV broadcast.
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