A-Acayipsin

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Aacayipsin
Studio album by Tarkan
Released 1994
Recorded Recorded at Erekli Tunç Studios (Istanbul, Turkey)
Genre Pop
Length 54:15
Label

İstanbul Plak, Angora, MMS, Atoll Music, Soyuz Music

Producer = Mehmet Söğütoğlu
Tarkan chronology
Yine Sensiz (1991) Aacayipsin (1994) Ölürüm Sana (1997)

Aacayipsin is the 1994 album of the Turkish pop singer Tarkan Tevetoğlu. Album was published in Europe, Asia. This was his second album, the success of which launched him as a superstar onto the Turkish pop scene with over 3 million copies sold worldwide. The album also sold over 750 thousand copies in Europe, a first-ever feat for a Turkish performer.

Track listing[edit]

# Song Composer Lyricist Time
1 Hepsi Senin Mi? Sezen Aksu Sezen Aksu 4:05
2 Dön Bebeğim Ümit Sayın Ümit Sayın 4:45
3 Şeytan Azapta Ozan Çolakoğlu Sezen Aksu 5:00
4 Bekle Ozan Çolakoğlu Ümit Sayın 5:25
5 Eyvah Tarkan, Ozan Çolakoğlu Tarkan 4:10
6 Kış Güneşi Nurhat Şensoy Yıldız Tilbe 4:15
7 Unutmamalı Tarkan Tarkan 5:30
8 Gül Döktüm Yollarına Tarkan Tarkan 4:15
9 Durum Beter Tarkan Tarkan 3:40
10 Gitme Ümit Sayın Kemal Sayın, Ümit Sayın 4:30
11 Seviş Benimle Ozan Çolakoğlu Leyla Tuna 5:10
12 Biz Nereye? Rıza Erekli Rıza Erekli 4:50
  • Şeytan Azapta (Remix) 5:17

Album credits[edit]

  • Personnel Crew
    • Mixing: Riza Erekli, Pinyo Deneb, Ozan Çolakoğlu
    • Mastering: Duyal Karagözoğlu
    • Publishers: Onur Ofset
    • Photography: Sevil Sert

Guest musicians[edit]

Music videos[edit]

  • "Hepsi Senin Mi?"
  • "Dön Bebeğim" (Some of the opening scenes were cut because the director decided they were too raunchy for Turkish TV.)
  • "Şeytan Azapta" (This video was filmed with a remix of the original album edit that has never been released.)
  • "Bekle" (Rarely seen music video filmed when Tarkan was in Singapore for a concert.)
  • "Kış Güneşi" (Tarkan uses his own family pictures for the making of this video.)
  • "Unutmamalı"
  • "Gül Döktüm Yollarına"

Extra information[edit]

The third track on the album "Seytan Azapta" was remixed when its music video was released. This remixed version was exclusive to the video and was never published on this or any following release. A rare promotional CD single with three tracks from this album was released in Germany. Hepsi Senin Mi held the title track plus "Bekle" and "Kis Günesi" and was released in 1995. – courtesy of Ali Yildirim

When the song "Hepsi Senin Mi?" was released as the single Şıkıdım (Shake) in Europe in 1999, a different music video was filmed for its release.

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