Sedat* ‎– The Turkish Avenger

Crydamoure ‎– CRYDA 012
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


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Written, produced and mixed by Sedat Erdogan aka "Billy Lo"
℗ & © 2000 Crydamoure / Copyright Control

Special Thanks To: God, my wife Tatiana, my daughter Imaani, The Bambi Family, Oliver, Maud, Juan, Rico and Marine, Guy-Man, Play Paul and Raw Man, Julien, my man Saïo aka "Blue Kane", Pompon @ Translab, and all black and coloured women around the world for being that sexy.

Big Up To: My family and friends, the hole Hip-Hop Nation, the Daft Posse, Crydamoure, Roulé/Scratché, DJ Premier, Sebastien Leger and Jimmy Van De Velde @ Last Ressort, Fafa Monteco, DJ Boulou @ Sculpture, Grossomodo Production, Wes and Samy, John Campbell, DJ Rhythm, Tom @ Mix Connections and all House and Hip-Hop rebels around the world. May the Kwahn be with you!

Made in the E.U.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): DFI-00_9 SEDAT CRYDA012 A POM TR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): DFI-00_9 SEDAT CRYDA012 B2 POM TR
  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SCAM SDRM

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CRYDA 012 Sedat* The Turkish Avenger(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Crydamoure CRYDA 012 France 2000 Sell This Version
CRYDA CD 012 Sedat* The Turkish Avenger(CDr, Promo) Crydamoure CRYDA CD 012 France Unknown Sell This Version
CRYDACD012, CRYDA CD012 Sedat* The Turkish Avenger(CD, Maxi) Crydamoure, Crydamoure CRYDACD012, CRYDA CD012 France 2001 Sell This Version


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December 2, 2013
My favorite track of crydamoure change my life


January 28, 2011
Damn cleaver those French - give an inch and they take a mile. No sooner has the ink dried on the presses with us all raving about the new Daft Punk single then their sister imprint drops another energy-filled bomb that will blow away all competition within a dancefloor's radius. "The Turkish Avenger" is another of those high-octane instrumental disco loopers - think the original vocal-less version of Antoine Clamaran's "Get Up" and you're in the right ballpark. So if you add a vocal, as they have with that, world domination is clearly on the agenda. "Feel Inside" unfortunately suffers from too-stronger-A-side syndrome - good vocal filter fest that pales against the awesome lead.


May 2, 2004
Hey, more French house in the Daft Punk style. I am a sucker for this sort of thing so I enjoyed it quite a bit. "Turkish Avenger" is the exciting track here; uptempo with some hot Bangalter type filtered lines. Nice buildups and breakdowns. Definitely 4-4.5/5 material in my opinion.