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  • 01. Çingeneler Masa Yapar Satarlar
    02. Çadirimin Üstüne Sip dedi + Mastika
    03. Silifkenin Yogurdu
    04. Break Döktürü
    05. Adanali Funk
    06. Kadifeden Kesesi
    07. Findik Dallari
    08. Azize
    09. Misket "Farfara"
    10. Aman Yavrum Nazlanma
    11. Konyali
    12. Kasap Havasi

    GROUP TITAN

    Anatolian Break Dance

    [engl] Turkish ancient melodies get an 80s electro–funk treatment on this obscure album, originally released on the Diskotür label in 1985. Probably the work of an "ad–hoc" studio band (nothing is known about the musicians), this is a delirious mix of exotic melodies and lots of analog synths, cheap Atari–styled electronic effects, distorted guitar and 80s beatboxes.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    16.11.2016
     

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