Shadowspawn's early songs.Copyright Record
Shadowspawn's early songs.
United States Copyright Filing #PAu001121852
|Full Title||Shadowspawn's early songs.|
|Type of Work||Music|
|Filing Date||Jul 21, 1988|
|Description||1 sound cassette.|
|Date of Creation||1988|
People and Companies
|Copyright Claimant||Andrew Dancescu, John Cortell|
|Authorship on Application||music: Andrew Dancescu, John Cortell.|
|Associated Names||Dancescu, Andrew
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