|B1||Les Hanches De Daim||3:40|
|B3||Suicidez-Vous Le Peuple Est Mort||3:26|
|2C 030-72642 Z, 2 C 030-72642 Z||Murat*||Murat (12", MiniAlbum)||Pathé, Pathé||2C 030-72642 Z, 2 C 030-72642 Z||France||1982|
Maximum is the first studio album by Turkish pop singer Murat Boz. The album has only one officially released single, "Aşkı Bulamam Ben". However, music videos for the songs "Maximum" and "Püf" have been made but have not been released as physical singles. Aşkı Bulamam Ben" is the lead single from the album. It was released in Turkey on July 21, 2006. Maximum" was released as a radio/video only single on February 10, 2007. Püf" was also released as a radio/video only single on June 12, 2007.
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Biography by Jason Ankeny. The poet laureate of contemporary French rock, Jean-Louis Murat is an enigmatic and reclusive figure who communicates with the world at large almost exclusively via his poignant and deeply elegiac songs.
Murat Boz is a Turkish singer-songwriter and actor. After finishing his primary and secondary education in his birthplace, Karadeniz Ereğli, he moved to Istanbul and enrolled in Istanbul Bilgi University in 1999 and later continued his studies at the Istanbul Technical University. At the same time he began to perform as a backing vocalist for Tarkan. Boz began his solo career by releasing his first single, "Aşkı Bulamam Ben", in 2006. org · Text under CC-BY-SA license.
Murat Boz (born on March 7, 1980 in Karadeniz Ereğli, Turkey), currently resides in Istanbul is a Turkish pop singer. He rose to fame with his first-ever single Aşkı Bulamam Ben (I Can't Find Love) (2006). Boz completed his primary and secondary education in Karadeniz Ereğli, Zonguldak, then in 1995-1996 he attended a fine art oriented high school in İstanbul.