Yine Sensiz

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Yine Sensiz
Tarkan yine sensiz album.jpg
Studio album by Tarkan
Released 24 December 1992
Recorded Recorded at Erekli Tunç Studios (Istanbul, Turkey)
Genre Pop
Length 43:64
Label İstanbul Plak
Producer Mehmet Söğütoğlu
Tarkan chronology
Yine Sensiz (1992) A-acayipsin (1994)

Yine Sensiz was a 1992 album of the Turkish pop singer Tarkan Tevetoğlu. It was published in Turkey. This was his debut album and launched him onto the Turkish pop scene, which was modest at the time.[1] Last 3 tracks were added during its released in 1993. The album sold 1.2 million copies.

Track listing[edit]

# Song Composer Lyricist Time
1 Kıl Oldum Tarkan Alpay Aydın 4:12
2 Kimdi? Khaled Tarkan 4:23
3 Söz Verdim Tarkan Alpay Aydın 4:14
4 Gelip Te Halimi Gördün mü? Tarkan (In reality Los Kjarkas) Alpay Aydın 3:46
5 Sarıl Bana Alpay Aydın 3:24
6 Oldu Canım Ara Beni Alpay Aydın 2:44
7 Vazgeçemem Gipsy Kings Tarkan 4:29
8 Çok Ararsın Beni Alpay Aydın (In reality Boney M) Alpay Aydın 4:44
9 Selam Ver Ozan Çolakoğlu Alpay Aydın 5:05
10 Yetti Artık Blank (In reality Azucar Moreno) Tarkan, Alpay Aydin 3:08
11 Yine Sensiz Blank (In reality Bora Ebeoğlu) Tarkan 5:16
12 *Kıl Oldum (Remix)[CD] Tarkan Alpay Aydın 5:59
13 *Kimdi? (Remix)[CD] Khaled Tarkan 6:54
14 *Çok Ararsın Beni (Remix)[CD] Alpay Aydın Alpay Aydın 5:56
  • Remix Adnan Göykem

Credits[edit]

  • Music direction, arrangements: Ozan Çolakoğlu
  • Mixing: Riza Erekli
  • Publisher: Onur Ofset
  • Photography: Sibel Arcan

Music videos[edit]

  • X - "Çok Ararsın Beni" (There was a video filmed for this even before Kıl Oldum's, but it is rumoured that it was taken off air by Tarkan. It was the cover of Boney M's "No More Chain Gang".)
  • 1992 - "Kıl Oldum" (There were two videos filmed for this, one with children and another with a monkey.)
  • 1993 - "Kimdi?" (There were two videos made for this track: one in which Tarkan is a post-officer and the other in which he is wearing yellow trousers, like in Kıl Oldum's video)
  • 1993 - "Gelip Te Halimi Gördün Mü?" (It was the cover of Los Kjarkas' "Wayayay")
  • 1993 - "Vazgeçemem" (There were three videos made for this track: the one whose background is a fountain, another in which Tarkan sings in a restaurant, and a simple white backgrounded video, which was the cover of Gipsy Kings"' "No Volvere")
  • 1993 - "Çok Ararsın Beni (Remix)"
  • 1993(?) - "Sarıl Bana" (TV appearance)
  • 1993 or 1994(?) - "Oldu Canım, Ara Beni" (TV appearance)
  • 1993 or 1994(?) - "Söz Verdim"

Miscellaneous information[edit]

The 1992 edition was only released as a cassette. It was re-released in CD format in 1993 with three new remixes.[1]

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