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Vivian - Aea Todos album mp3
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    Aea Todos
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    February 25, 2002
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    1532 megabytes
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    1431 megabytes
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    1553 megabytes
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Aea Todos (Europe Single Version). 2. Aea Todos (Germany Album Version). 3. Aea Todos (Santo Domingo Radio Version). 4. Aea Todos (Europe Club Version).

Vivian is the second studio album by American neo soul singer Vivian Green, released by Columbia on May 31, 2005 in Japan and June 28, 2005 in the United States. The album involves production by Scott Storch and James Poyser with additional production from Anthony Bell, Junius Bervine, and Adam Black Stone, among others. Vivian spawned three singles: "Gotta Go Gotta Leave (Tired)", "I Like It (But I Don't Need It)" and "Cursed".

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Vivian Girls is the debut studio album by American indie rock band Vivian Girls, released on September 30, 2008 by In the Red Records. NME wrote that "between the omnipresent slabs of reverb, the trio flip between harmonic garage rock, gloomy melodies and twee-Birthday Partyisms".

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Vivid is the fifth studio album by American contemporary R&B singer Vivian Green, released August 7, 2015. It is Green's first album released on Kwamé's record label Make Noise Records (which is distributed via Caroline Records); and was produced by Kwamé. As of November 2015, the album has not charted on the Billboard 200 but has reached on the Billboard R&B chart. The album's first single is "Get Right Back to My Baby", which has reached number eight on the .

Green was as pop as she was neo-soul, and on Vivian, her second album, she's just a little more pop than neo-soul, so there's really no big difference in makeup. Poyser's still on board, and he's one of the most skilled multi-purpose handymen when it comes to playing pop off soul and vice versa; the best instance of this is "I Like It (But I Don't Need It)," a breezy and sweet song featuring a crafty Crown Heights Affair sample and some irresistible singalong hooks from Green.


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