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Deja-Vu, the Turkish band was formed in October of 1999 by Cenk Sönmez (Guitars), Kerem İşeri (Vocals), Ahmet Türk (Drums) and Mansur Asrar (Bass).

The band started their carrier by covering widely-known songs. They soon started working on their own compositions. Their first composition was named “Hope”. After Mansur Asrar’s accident and his surgery the band had to account for a pause in their carrier. In the March of 2000, they began working on their own songs. Because of their foremost priority was making their own songs than covering songs, they began concentrating on their own compositions. With a common liking, they added a violist to the band. Later on, Darbuka (“Tomtom”, Kerem Öktem) and Bağlama (“A Turkish folk music instrument with three double strings”, Kıvanç Şenol) was incorporated to the band.

Deja-Vu performed their first concert in November of 2000. Afterwards they began arrangement for their recordings of first Demo CD. They recorded two tracks called “Star” and “Nothing” but these songs was never released.

In March of 2001, they showed up as the supporting band of the famous and significant Turkish rock group, Kurban, at Saklıkent (Ankara/TURKEY). That was an appreciable experiment for the band. After that concert Kerem İşeri (Vocals) left the band for his personal reasons.

After the summer holiday, their continued their labor with some member changes. The drummer Güntaç Özdemir was substituted for Ahmet Türk. The new bassist was Erce Tümerk (former vocals of PNF) and the new vocalist was Mansur Asrar. The violist Ceren had to quit the band for her education.


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