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Ya Ya Ya Ya
June 4, 2013
℗ 2013 Poll Production
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June 4, 2013
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The album contained nine new songs by Gülşen, in addition to an acoustic version of "Seyre Dursun Aşk", which had been originally released on Çolakoğlu's album in 2012. Considered a pop album, Beni Durdursan mı? features elements of electronic and arabesque as well. Music critics praised the compositions and infrastructures, but gave mixed reviews for the album and noted that the work included both dance and arabesque songs, giving the audience the freedom of choosing the style that suits them. For the album's photographs and on its cover, Gülşen's hair was dyed in shades of brown.
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Mükemmel is a pop album with elements of electronic music. After "searching for an ambitious name", Yener eventually titled the album after one of the songs in the track list. While the album's release date was changed several times, the final delay happened following the death of hundreds of miners due to the Soma mine disaster. Due to the huge number of songs in the album, it was decided that it should be released as a two-disc edition.
Kraliçe is the tenth studio album by Turkish singer Hande Yener. It was released on 12 December 2012 by Poll Production. It was Yener's first studio album since the 2011 release of Teşekkürler and included elements of pop music. All of the songs on the album were written by Sinan Akçıl, the third and last of Hande Yener's albums to have Akçıl as its sole songwriter. The album was produced by Polat Yağcı and Akçıl.
Kraliçe, which includes an introductory speech, eights songs and three remixes, was, in Hande Yener's opinion, an album that covered all of the music styles she had experimented with so far. The album was initially going to be titled Hasta, but after Akçıl wrote the song "Kraliçe" they decided to name the work after this song. The album's title and release date were announced on the billboards in the 2012–13 UEFA Europa League match between Fenerbahçe and AEL teams in Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium on 8 November 2012. The album's content and photos received mixed feedback from music critics.
Rüya is a remix album by Turkish singer Hande Yener and music group Seksendört. It was released on 11 June 2012 by Poll Production. It Yener's first album since the release of Teşekkürler. It was also the first major work by Seksendört since the release of their previous studio album Akıyor Zaman.
The album contains a new version of the song "Rüya", performed by Yener and Seksendört. The song was originally released by the music group Ünlü in 1996. The album also contains a new song written by Sinan Akçıl and titled "Öfkem Var". Remixed versions of Yener and Seksendört's songs from their previous works were included in the album as well.
Hande'ye Neler Oluyor
Hande'ye Neler Oluyor? is the eighth studio album by the Turkish singer Hande Yener, released on April 1, 2010.
Hayrola? is the seventh studio album by Turkish singer Hande Yener. It was first released on 31 March 2009 by Avrupa Müzik on digital platforms and then as CD and cassette in music markets on 6 April 2009. It was Yener's first studio album since her separation from Erol Köse Production and her first major work since the release of Hipnoz. The album contains elements of electronic music. Yener solely wrote seven of the album's ten songs, and wrote two others together with Ayşe Özyılmazel and Erol Temizel respectively. One of the songs in the album was written by Aylin Aslım. All of the pieces were composed and arranged by Erol Temizel.
Hayrola? received generally positive reviews from music critics, some of whom added that the album was of high quality but did not include a song that could surpass "Romeo". Teoman and Ali Seval were the featuring artists in the album. Teoman performed the song "Arsız" together with Yener, while Seval appeared on "Ne Rüyası?". The album's first and only music video was released for the song "Hayrola?". The video was directed by Kemal Doğulu. The song ranked third on Turkey's official music chart.
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Nasıl Delirdim? is the fifth studio album by Turkish singer Hande Yener. It was released on 15 May 2007 by Erol Köse Production. The album contains elements of electronic, pop, house, downtempo, dance and club music, and was the singer's first studio album since the 2006 release of Apayrı. Nine of the album's songs were written and composed by Boaz Aldujeli, making him the songwriter whose name appears the most in the album. Hande Yener served as the album's producer.
Containing 15 songs in total, Nasıl Delirdim? received positive reviews from music critics and was named as one of the best Turkish albums. Recordings were done at the T-Ekspres Studio, and the song "Kibir" was chosen as the album's lead single. The second and third music video were released for the songs "Romeo" and "Yalan Olmasın" respectively. All of the music videos were directed by the album's photographer Kemal Doğulu.
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