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Various Artists - Gay Games VII Chicago 2006, Vol. 2: Let the Games Begin mp3 download

Performer: Various Artists
Title: Gay Games VII Chicago 2006, Vol. 2: Let the Games Begin
Style: Dance-Pop,House
Duration: 59:15
Released: August 15, 2006
Size MP3 version: 1721 mb
Size FLAC version: 1343 mb
Size WMA version: 1756 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 285
Format: AU AAC MP3 ADX ASF AUD
Genre: Electronic

Various Artists - Gay Games VII Chicago 2006, Vol. 2: Let the Games Begin mp3 download


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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Proud Heather Small / Peter-John Vettese Heather Small 3:54
2 I'll Be Your Light John DeNicola / Jack D. Elliot Kristine W. 3:40
3 Whenever Rodney Lee / Jody Watley Jody Watley 5:44
4 I Was Born This Way Craig C. / Jimmy Somerville 3:36
5 It Girl Elizabeth Ziff Betty 3:24
6 If You Were Gay Robert Lopez 2:30
7 This Is Love Alan Lett DeMarco Girls 4:30
8 The Face of Victory Dylan Rice Dylan Rice 3:57
9 Freak It (Live out Loud) Jody Den Broeder / Ellis Miah Kevin Aviance 3:46
10 Hell or High Water Rodney Lee / Billy Porter Billy Porter 4:06
11 Time of Our Lives Gerry DeVeaux / Charlie Mole Gerry DeVeaux / Ultra Naté 3:25
12 Love Will Take Over Ari Gold / Bryan Wright Ari Gold 4:24
13 Rocket Man Elton John / Bernie Taupin Daphne Rubin-Vega 6:13
14 High Paul Tucker Lighthouse Family / Tony Moran / Nick Richards 6:06

Credits

Kevin Aviance - Primary Artist
Blaise Barton - Producer
Jamie Baxter - Marketing, Producer
Britta Bergström - Vocals (Background)
Betty - Primary Artist
Craig C. - Primary Artist
Craig Christensen - Producer
Nick de Biase - Producer
DeMarco Girls - Primary Artist
Jody Den Broeder - Composer, Producer
John DeNicola - Composer
Gerry DeVeaux - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer
Jack D. Elliot - Composer
Ari Gold - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer
Mike Gustafson - Photography
Elton John - Composer
Kristine W. - Primary Artist
Joe Lambert - Mastering
Rodney Lee - Composer, Producer
Alan Lett - Composer, Producer
Lighthouse Family - Primary Artist
Robert Lopez - Composer
Rick Lyon - Vocals
Ellis Miah - Composer, Producer
Charlie Mole - Composer
Tony Moran - Primary Artist, Producer
Alyson Palmer - Arranger
Chuck Panozzo - Producer
Billy Porter - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer
Mac Quayle - Vocal Producer
Buryl Red - Producer
Dylan Rice - Composer, Primary Artist
Nick Richards - Primary Artist
Bill Rosenfield - Producer
Daphne Rubin-Vega - Primary Artist
James Sampliner - Producer
Heather Small - Composer, Primary Artist
Jimmy Somerville - Primary Artist
John Tartaglia - Vocals
Bernie Taupin - Composer
Paul Tucker - Composer
Ultra Naté - Primary Artist
Peter-John Vettese - Composer, Producer
Jody Watley - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer
Bryan Wright - Composer, Producer
Amy Ziff - Arranger
Elizabeth Ziff - Arranger, Composer