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Gold

Artists

Cleo Sol

Catno

FLO00018LP

Formats

1x Vinyl LP Album

Country

UK

Release date

Jan 19, 2024

Styles

Neo Soul

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

$60.88*

*Taxes excluded, shipping price excluded

FLO00018LP - UK - 2024

A1

There Will Be No Crying

3:49

A2

Reason

4:00

A3

Things Will Get Better

3:29

A4

Only Love

3:24

A5

Please Don’t End It All

4:25

B1

Lost Angel

5:54

B2

Desire

4:53

B3

In Your Own Home

4:08

B4

Life Will Be

3:18

B5

Gold

4:39

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