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VINX Rooms In My Fatha's House (1991 Japanese 12-track promotional sample CD album issued to radio stations and reviewers ahead of the actual release. This album was produced by Sting who also plays bass and provides backing vocals on sometracks. Custom stamped inner rim on the disc and unique stickered back insert, complete with picture sleeve plus obi-strip)

CD album


VINX Rooms In My Fatha's House (1991 Dutch pressed 12-track CD album produced by STING who also provides backing vocals on 'My TV', 'While The City Sleeps' & 'Captain's Song', with an additional guest appearance by Herbie Hancock on 'A Little Bit More', picture booklet containing credits and liner notes by Sting)

CD album

£ 7.49

Genres: 00s Artists90's PopJazzPOP
Related: A Bigger Splash, Andy Summers, Andy Summers & Robert Fripp, Animal Logic, Dance Floor Virus, Dominic Miller, Eberhard Schoener, I Blame Coco, I Muvrini, Klark Kent, Last Exit (Sting), Newcastle Big Band, Stewart Copeland, Sting, Strontium 90, The Police, The Radio Actors
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