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* ''[[Golden Best (Nakahara Meiko)|Golden☆Best]]'', a best album released by [[Nakahara Meiko]].
 
* ''[[Golden Best (Nakahara Meiko)|Golden☆Best]]'', a best album released by [[Nakahara Meiko]].
 
* ''[[Golden Best (Nishimura Tomomi)|Golden☆Best]]'', a best album released by [[Nishimura Tomomi]].
 
* ''[[Golden Best (Nishimura Tomomi)|Golden☆Best]]'', a best album released by [[Nishimura Tomomi]].
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* ''[[Golden Best (Ogawa Tomoko)|Golden☆Best]]'', a best album released by [[Ogawa Tomoko]].
 
* ''[[Golden Best (Ohashi Junko)|GOLDEN☆BEST]]'', a best album released by [[Ohashi Junko]].
 
* ''[[Golden Best (Ohashi Junko)|GOLDEN☆BEST]]'', a best album released by [[Ohashi Junko]].
 
* ''[[Golden Best (Onishi Yuka)|Golden☆Best]]'', a best album released by [[Onishi Yuka]].
 
* ''[[Golden Best (Onishi Yuka)|Golden☆Best]]'', a best album released by [[Onishi Yuka]].

Latest revision as of 16:42, 26 January 2013

Golden☆Best (ゴールデン☆ベスト) is series of low priced best of albums. Found here on generasia, we have:


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