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Set Me Free

Cem Köksal

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
April 16th, 2004
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Universal Music Group
Format:
Unknown
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1. Set Me Free 06:10   Show lyrics
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2. Blood on Blood - Intro 02:34   instrumental
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3. Blood on Blood 05:07   Show lyrics
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4. Winding Road 06:00   Show lyrics
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5. Earthquake pt.1 03:03   instrumental
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6. Earthquake pt.2 05:41   Show lyrics
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7. "Men Made of Iron" 04:32   Show lyrics
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8. Ruthless 04:03  
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9. Dreams 02:40   Show lyrics
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10. For Amadeus 05:48   Show lyrics
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11. Violin Concerto No I in D-Minor (Allegro) 03:18   instrumental
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12. Life 10:30   Show lyrics
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Band members
Cem Köksal Guitars, Bass, Vocals (backing), Songwriting, Lyrics
Murat Ilkan Vocals
Aykan Ilkan Drums
Guest/Session
Kerem Malikler Bass (on "Life")
Miscellaneous staff
Cem Köksal Producer, Recording, Mixing, Mastering, Artwork
Cem Köksal Guitars, Bass, Vocals (backing), Songwriting, Lyrics
Murat Ilkan Vocals
Aykan Ilkan Drums
Kerem Malikler Bass (on "Life")
Cem Köksal Producer, Recording, Mixing, Mastering, Artwork
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Recorded, mixed and mastered at Stüdyo 29.

"For Amadeus" is an interpretation on Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's "Requiem".

Re-released by Hammer Müzik in 2004 as ''...Just Set Me Free!!'' with different artwork.
This edition contains the bonus track "Kalbim Bomboş" (My Heart Is Empty), a multimedia section containing the videos for "Winding Road" and "Kalbim Bomboş" and a special Cem Köksal black guitar pick.

Added by: batmura Modified by: ThorsAngel
Added on: 2004-04-11 19:25:16 Last modified on: 2013-07-07 10:28:27
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