|Where Is Where|
|Studio album by Cetu Javu|
|Genre||New wave, synthpop|
|Label||Blanco y Negro Music|
|Cetu Javu chronology|
|Singles from Where Is Where|
Where Is Where is the second album by Cetu Javu, released in 1992.
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