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we want originals!

I find music box collections to be sweet and adoring but the originals are something fans will want and you will get a great feedback. "Don't say lazy" and "koi no ABO" are two of my personal favorites and putting up those two originals (along with the others on here) will get you wonderful feedback. Please take this into consideration iTunes. ( . ___ .`) ....Please?

Get the originals

Ok, these are sweet but I want the original Uso song. I think that all fans want the originals of all these songs. SO iTunes if you read this, Please get them.

yea...

it would be better if the had the real song but i like this song reguardless its cool!!

Biography

Genre: J-Pop

Gone are the days when singers flocked to Detroit, MI, to get their recording careers on. Vega, four talented singers, moved from the Motor City to Atlanta, GA, for a better opportunity at fame and fortune, like many others before and after them. The quartet of brothers Eugene and Ahsohm Williams, cousin Jason Chenevert, and friend Tennell Williams came from the heart of Detroit. They woodshedded by singing at family gatherings. And they all admired various Motown artists', especially Stevie Wonder,...
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Music Box Collection J-Pop's 9007, Vega Orgel
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: J-Pop, Music
  • Released: Jul 05, 2009

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