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'''"K.K. Casbah"''' ({{tt|トルコそんぐ|Toruko songu}}, Turkey Song) is a [[K.K. Slider]] song. It has a Turkish theme in company with a [[wikipedia:zurna|zurna]] solo. [[Buck]] (in {{PG}}), [[Pango]], [[Peewee]], [[Puck]], [[Frank]], [[Samson]] and [[Elvis]] play this song in their house.
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'''"K.K. Casbah"''' ({{tt|トルコそんぐ|Toruko songu}}, Turkey Song) is a [[K.K. Slider]] song. It has a Turkish theme in company with a [[wikipedia:zurna|zurna]] solo. [[Buck]] (in {{PG}}), [[Cesar]] (in {{PG}}), [[Pango]], [[Peewee]], [[Puck]], [[Frank]], [[Samson]] and [[Elvis]] play this song in their house.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:38, August 12, 2019

K.K. Casbah
AlbumArt-Casbah.png
Game(s) Doubutsu no Mori,
Doubutsu no Mori+,
Animal Crossing,
Doubutsu no Mori e+,
Animal Crossing: Wild World,
Animal Crossing: City Folk,
Animal Crossing: New Leaf,
Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer
Mood Grumpy...
Instruments Ouds, Lutes, Heavy Shakers
Owned by Buck (AC),
Cesar (AC)
Elvis,
Frank (NL),
Pango,
Peewee,
Samson (DnM),
Puck
Order number 24

"K.K. Casbah" (トルコそんぐ, Turkey Song) is a K.K. Slider song. It has a Turkish theme in company with a zurna solo. Buck (in Animal Crossing), Cesar (in Animal Crossing), Pango, Peewee, Puck, Frank, Samson and Elvis play this song in their house.

Video[edit]

Live Version[edit]

Aircheck[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • The writing on the album cover mimics calligraphy in the Perso-Arabic script, particularly the style of tughra in the Ottoman era.