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Tünay Akdeniz

Tünay Akdeniz
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Tünay Akdeniz is a Turkish musician who recorded in the 70s with his band Çıgrışım, releasing a number of singles and gaining notoriety for his bad-boy looks and attitude.
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Tünay Akdeniz — The Godfather of Turkish Punk Tünay Akdeniz — The Godfather of Turkish Punk
(Ironhand N002L, 1978/2017, LP)

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