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Play (Radio Edit) - J-Lo* - Play (CD)

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  1. Mogul says:
    To create audio CDs that work in most stereo systems, use CD-R discs. CD-RW discs usually work only in computers. To create a CD of MP3 files to play in your computer or an MP3 CD player, use a CD-R disc; some MP3 players can play CD-RW discs as well. If your computer has a DVD burner, you can burn a playlist on a DVD-R or DVD-RW disc.
  2. Taubei says:
    A radio edit is an alternative version (of a recorded performance) that has been re-mixed and edited so as to be better-suited than the original for getting played on commercial radio. As others have noted, this is typically to shorten a longer.
  3. Gardaktilar says:
    Jan 23,  · Radio Sign In J. Lo Jennifer Lopez R&B/Soul · Preview SONG TIME Love Don't Cost a Thing. 1. PREVIEW I'm Real. 2. PREVIEW Play. 3. PREVIEW Walking On Sunshine. 4. PREVIEW Ain't It Funny. 5. PREVIEW Cariño. 6. PREVIEW Come Over.
  4. Akinolrajas says:
    Jul 22,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Play on Discogs. Label: Epic - EPC 2,Epic - • Format: CD Single • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Hip Hop • Style: RnB/Swing, House, UK Garage, Pop Rap, Downtempo/5(25).
  5. Zolokus says:
    And in the list of files showing in the middle, right click to only play one file or to select all in the menu. If you right click on a file in the list and select to play all, it will play the file you selected when you right clicked on it as the first to be played. You can also hold down .
  6. Nalkree says:
    0 Redakce payvefunmifanvivelobilordpotle.coinfo V pátek 3. července pořádá v bývalých Tiskárnách Liberec spolek Multiversum svou první oficiální akci. Jako čestného hosta si přizval Radio .
  7. Grogrel says:
    Mar 10,  · Play (Radio Edit) Artist 50+ videos Play all Mix - Jennifer Lopez - Play, Lyrics 16 videos Play all Jennifer Lopez payvefunmifanvivelobilordpotle.coinfo full Album Portia Walker; Fugees.
  8. Monos says:
    Jun 09,  · I was in college radio into the early '90s and as the technical director, I wanted to make sure we could play all formats. So we were able to play CD, reel-to-reel, cassettes (and record to cassette, too), carts and vinyl (2 technics SP's with audiophile arms - I forget which ones, but I do recall we had stanton carts that tracked around 2g because I was concerned with wear.).

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