Kargo is a rock band from Istanbul, Turkey. Its current line-up includes Selim Öztürk on electric guitar, Burak Karatas on drums and Ozan Anlas on vocals. The band was formed in the early years of the 1990s by Selim Öztürk (guitar) and Mehmet Senol Sisli (bass guitar). Although the Turkish music industry was dominated by pop music, Kargo was able to break through with their first album Sil Bastan (Start Over). The first line-up soon broke up and the two founders had to find new members. The first member to join Kargo was Serkan Çeliköz, who is the brother of Mehmet’s university schoolmate Aykut Çeliköz.[who?] Being a music student and able to play wide range of instruments as keyboard, guitar, violin, bassoon and contrabass made Serkan a perfect choice. Later Burak Karatas joined Kargo as the drummer and the only thing left was the long search of the lead singer. Koray Candemir, who impressed the other members by his performance in a local bar, was offered the position. With his acceptance Kargo began to record their album Yarina Ne Kaldi (What is left for tomorrow?) which became a smash hit in 1996. Yüzlesme, the first single from the album Yarina Ne Kaldi, rise to the top of the charts even though it was a pure rock song. Kargo proved that a rock group can be successful in the Turkish music industry.
Highest paying job titles at Kargo include Recruiting Manager, Senior Software Engineer, and Software Development Engineer in Test (SDET)