Go is an album by the Turkish electropop musician Bedük released in 2010. It is his most recent album since 2009's Dance Revolution. Go has 12 dance tracks with Bedük's unique electropop style. On The Floor" - 03:08. Electric Girl" - 03:03. Love Tonight" - 03:45. This Fire" (Franz Ferdinand Cover) - 03:49. Shake That Thing" - 03:21. Sway With Me" - 03:05. Under Bright White Lights" - 03:24.
Go is an album by the Turkish electropop musician Bedük released in 2010.
Go is the debut studio album by Icelandic musician Jónsi, frontman of the band Sigur Rós. The album was released on 5 April 2010, through XL Recordings, as reported by a downloadable track from the official site.
On The Floor" - 03:08. GO. Studio album by Bedük.
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Serhat Bedük (born 1983 in Ankara), more commonly known by his stage name Bedük, is a Turkish musician. Variations: Viewing All Bedük. Beduk, Serhat, Serhat Bedük.
Go est un album du musicien electropop turc Bedük sorti en 2010. Il s'agit du plus récent album depuis Dance Revolution en 2009. Go comporte 12 pistes dance contenant l'unique style electropop de Bedük. On The Floor - 03:08. Electric Girl - 03:03.
Bedük (born 20 April 1979), is a Turkish musician, producer, and director. Bedük is regarded as one of the greatest minds in Turkish music history. Bedük had his debut album Nefes Almak Zor (English: Hard To Breathe) released in 2004 by İrem Records. However, his rise to fame was in 2007 with his second album, Even Better released through Audiology Records. In 2009, he released his third album Dance Revolution and instantly gathered massive attention. 2004: Nefes Almak Zor.