Junoon _ Dosti (Friendship) – Pakistani Band

Song: Dosti (Friendship) Band: Junoon Album: Inquilaab Language: Urdu Country of origin: Pakistan Junoon: Junoon (Urdu: جنون) (meaning “obsession/passion” in English) is South Asia’s biggest and Pakistan’s most popular Rock band, based out of Lahore and Karachi. It was formed in 1990 by guitarist, songwriter and medical doctor Salman Ahmad. Q magazine calls them “One of the biggest bands in the world”. Billboard says Junoon is the Subcontinent’s “biggest crossover successes after the late Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan”. They sing mostly in the language of Urdu, in a style blending Western hard rock with Sindhi and Punjabi folk and Qawwali. Junoon, in effect, had to create an audience for rock music in Pakistan. “The band’s appeal reaches beyond the Westernised elite”, says Newsweek. The New York Times called Junoon as ” the U2 of Pakistan”. In a preview to Junoon’s performance at the House of Blues in Los Angeles, the LA Times says Junoon’s “ability to captivate audiences” is “inspiring Beatles-like reactions”. Lyric: Yaaron yeh hi dosti hai Oh kismat se jo mili hai Sab sang chalen Sab rang chalen Chaltey rahen hum sada Yaaron yeh hi dosti hai Mmm kismat se jo mili hai Sab sang chalen Sab rang chalen Chaltey rahen hum sada Tootey na kabhi saath yeh Chhutey na kabhi haath yeh Apni to hai yehi dua… Tootey na kabhi saath yeh Chhutey na kabhi haath yeh Apni to bas yehi dua… Ohh yaaron yeh hi dosti hai Kismat se jo mili hai Sab sang chalen Sab rang chalen Chaltey rahen hum sada

Junoon _ Talaash (Search) – Pakistani Band

Band: Junoon Song: Talaash (Search) Language: Urdu Country: Pakistan Junoon: Junoon (Urdu: جنون) (meaning “obsession/passion” in English) is South Asia’s biggest and Pakistan’s most popular Rock band, based out of Lahore and Karachi. It was formed in 1990 by guitarist, songwriter and medical doctor Salman Ahmad. Q magazine calls them “One of the biggest bands in the world”. Billboard says Junoon is the Subcontinent’s “biggest crossover successes after the late Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan”. They sing mostly in the language of Urdu, in a style blending Western hard rock with Sindhi and Punjabi folk and Qawwali. Junoon, in effect, had to create an audience for rock music in Pakistan. “The band’s appeal reaches beyond the Westernised elite”, says Newsweek. The New York Times called Junoon as ” the U2 of Pakistan”. In a preview to Junoon’s performance at the House of Blues in Los Angeles, the LA Times says Junoon’s “ability to captivate audiences” is “inspiring Beatles-like reactions”. Lyric: Tapti Dhoop Talay Chawoon Ki Hai Talaash Tausub Ki Dhool Thamey To Millay Shanakht Chomey Agar Yei Zameen Choyen Ge Hum Aasman Sochein Abhi Hum Agar Guzzar Jayen Ge Imthan Jhoot Pe Jo Pale Aaj Hain Wo Udaas Nafratoon Main Ghirey Nochein Aapni Hi Lash Zhani Ghulami Se Kash Ho Hum Azad
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