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Nadia - Secret of Blue Water (DVD 2)
Title: Nadia - Secret of Blue Water
Volume: DVD 2
Distributor: ADV Films
Release date: 2003-11-25
Suggested retail price: $14.98
UPC: 702727053726 702727053726
Music composed by Yoshimasa Inoue, Shiro Sagisu, Joe Rinoie, Keiichi Suzuki and Yukihiro Takahashi. Lyrics by Etsuko Kisugi, Ryu Sawachi, Kuubo So So So So, Miho Morikawa and Keiichi Suzuki. Vocal performances by Miho Mirokawa, Yoshino Takamori, Noriko Hidaka and Karen Kirishima.
(added on 2011-06-11, modified on 2011-06-11)
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