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Made in Medina

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Released  2000
Artist  Rachid Taha
Producer  Steve Hillage
Length  1:03:52
Release date  2000
Label  Mondo Melodia
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Made in Medina (2000)  Rachid Taha Live (2001)
Genres  Rock music, Raï, Worldbeat
Similar  Rachid Taha albums, Rock music albums

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Made in Medina is a studio album by French-Algerian raï artist Rachid Taha, released in 2000 by Barclay Records and produced and arranged by Steve Hillage. Five of the songs were subsequently featured in Taha's live album.


A video clip was made for "Hey Anta".

The song "Barra Barra" was featured in the American films Black Hawk Down and The Hunting Party and is also available on the soundtracks. It also appears in the trailer advertisement for the video game Far Cry 2.

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Track listing

  1. "Barra Barra" – 5:48
  2. "Foqt Foqt" – 6:10
  3. "Medina" (album version) – 5:39
  4. "Ala Jalkoum" – 4:55 - with Femi Kuti
  5. "Aïe Aïe Aïe" – 6:30
  6. "Hey Anta" – 4:30
  7. "Qalantiqa" – 5:22
  8. "En Retard" – 4:56
  9. "Vérité" – 6:06
  10. "Ho Chérie Chérie" – 5:30
  11. "Garab" – 8:19


  • Rachid Taha: Lead Vocals, Composer, Primary Artist
  • Abdel Abrit: Drums
  • Hakim Hamadouche: Mandolute, Vocals (Background)
  • Steve Hillage: Arranger, Composer, Guest Artist, Guitar, Mixing, Producer, Programming, String Arrangements
  • Femi Kuti: Guest Artist, Saxophone, Vocals
  • Hassan Lachal: Percussion
  • Helen Liebmann: Cello
  • Bob Loveday: Violin
  • Robert Mercurio: Bass
  • Jean-Max Mery: Keyboards
  • Stanton Moore: Drums
  • Jeff Raines: Guitar
  • Hossam Ramzy: Percussion, String Arrangements
  • Geoff Richardson: Viola
  • Mahmoud Serour: String Arrangements, Violin
  • Richard Vogel: Keyboards
  • Source:


    1Barra Barra5:50
    2Foqt Foqt6:11
    3Medina (Album Version)5:40


    Made in Medina Wikipedia

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