Alan Tam & Hacken Lee 2004 Live Trailer

Alan Tam & Hacken Lee 2004 Live Trailer (2004)

03 May 2004

Two talented singers of the times stand side by side to provide you with incredible LIVE hits! Drawing fans to their exceptional new "2004 Concert" like a magnet, the talented artists bombarded their fans with good-sounding tunes once more! Now you can view all the musical magic in full detail as their fantastic DVD super treat offers you such unforgettable smashs like "In a Hurry", "Cannot Sing", "Warm Winter – Mild Summer", "Won't Ever Change" & "Playing with Fire" among many other great treats that promise to turn your home into a LIVE concert hall! Learn more about this product in the official site of Alan & Hacken 2004 Concert

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Cast

Alan Tam

as Alan Tam

Hacken Lee

as Hacken Lee

International Releases Dates

Hong Kong 03 May 2004

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