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Gökçen Kaynatan

The missing component in the history of Turkish pop and one of the earliest exponents of Turkish electronic music alongside İlhan Mimaroǧlu and Bülent Arel, Gökçen Kaynatan electrified the rock and roll scene of the late 50s/early 60s – sending teenagers wild with his custom built guitars and back lines – helping charge the climate for the birth of Anatolian rock. Then, from the sanctuary of his private studio, he revolutionised the industry with his pioneering use of electronics whilst hanging the sonic wallpaper in the living rooms of an entire generation of telly addicts as in house composer of choice for Turkey’s first national television channel TRT 1. Despite having a modest discography of only four 7” singles to his name his influence is a major current that flows through over 50 years of Turkish pop culture.

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John Maus – Bennington

[Chorus]
Well I still love the girl from Bennington
Even though I’ll never see her eyes
I love those fucking eyes
But I still love the girl

[Verse 1]
Time and time again
I’ll see her in my dreams

Time and time again
I’ll see her in my dreams
Time and time again
Time and time again

[Chorus]
Well I still love the girl from Bennington
Even though I’ll see her eyes
I love those fucking eyes
Those eyes won’t leave my mind

[Verse 2]
Just for one night
And now I’ll miss her my whole life
Just for one night
Just for one night