The Video Collection (Katy Garbi Video) - Video Clips

Video Clips

  1. "Viastika"
  2. "Thelo Apopse Na Horepso"
  3. "Ti Theloune Ta Matia Sou"
  4. "Kalitera Oi Dio Mas" feat Anna Vissi (Part A)
  5. "Kalitera Oi Dio Mas" feat Anna Vissi (Part B)
  6. "Apla Ta Pragmata"
  7. "To Kati"
  8. "Epitelous" feat Natassa Theodoridou
  9. "To Lathos"
  10. "Doro Theou"
  11. "Aponomi Dikaiosinis"
  12. "Evaisthisies"
  13. "Ierosilia"
  14. "Mou Leipeis"
  15. "Apozimeiosi"
  16. "Kivotos"
  17. "I Patrida Mou" feat Antonis Vardis
  18. "Asymfonia Haraktiron" feat Antonis Remos
  19. "Triferotita"
  20. Tha Melagholiso"
  21. "Hamena"
  22. "Perasmena Xehasmena"
  23. "Mia Fora Ki Enan Kairo"
  24. "Apo Do Kai Pera"
  25. "Xipoliti Horevo"
  26. "Atofio Hrisafi"
  27. "Mi Me Sigkrineis"
  28. "Kolasi"
  29. "Zisame"
  30. "Nai Iparho Ego"
  31. "Os Ton Paradeiso"
  32. "Pesto M'ena Fili"
  33. "Entalma Sillipseos"
  34. "Fantasmataki"
  35. "Touli Gia Ton Hristouli"

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