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Heart Of Glass
January 3, 1979
℗ 2009 Capitol Records, LLC
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Heart of Glass is a song that won the award for 1980 Juno Award for Best Selling Single.
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Heart Of Glass (Single Version / Remastered)
Rifle Range (Remastered)
January 1, 2009
℗ 2009 Capitol Records, LLC
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