Junaid Khan – Sex on fire (Download Audio)

July 31, 2011

Junaid Khan – Sex on fire (Download Audio)

Artist: Junaid Khan (Call)

Song: Sex on fire (Kings of Leon Cover)

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Produced by Hassan Omer

Lyrics:

Lay where you’re laying, don’t make a sound
I know they’re watching, they’re watching
All the commotion, the kiddie like play
Has people talking, talking

You, your sex is on fire

The dark of the alley, the breaking of day
The head while I’m driving, I’m driving
Soft lips are open, knuckles are pale
Feels like you’re dying, you’re dying

You, your sex is on fire
Consumed with what’s to transpire

Hot as a fever, rattling bones
I could just taste it, taste it
If it’s not forever, if it’s just tonight

Junaid Khan – Summer of 69 (Download Audio)

July 9, 2011

Junaid Khan – Summer of 69 (Download Audio)

Artist: Junaid Khan

Song: Summer of 69 (Cover)

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Junaid Khan recorded this cover for his TV Play Kabhi Na Kabhi.

Lyrics:

I got my first real six-string
Bought it at the five-and-dime
Played ’til my fingers bled
It was summer of ’69

Me and some guys from school
Had a Band and we tried real hard
Jimmy quit and Jody got married
I should’ve known we’d never get far

Oh when I lock back now
That was seems to last forever
And if I had the choice
Ya – I’d always wanna be there
Those were the best days of my life

(CHORUS)

Ain’t no

The Launch of AK Lounge (Pictures)

Annie Khalid presents ‘AK Lounge’ – sheesha, food and fun!

Annie Khalid, after establishing her mark in the music industry, launched her own café in Lahore on the evening of 4th June 2011.

The AK Lounge inauguration, which was attended by many notable music and media personalities, proved that the star has many plans to make her venture stand out amongst the other hip eating out places in Pakistan.

Coke Studio Welcomes Kailash Kher and Call the band?

March 18, 2011

The Pakistani phenomenon, Coke Studio welcomes the Pakistani rock band Call and another Indian musician, Kailash Kher who is a household name in India, having successfully fused Indian folk music with pop. We have come to know this from two very reliable sources from inside the studio.

Produced by Rohail Hyatt, the show will feature both the band and the sufi musician as a part of the fourth season of Coke Studio. Kailash Kher will be the second Indian musician to be featured in this highly successful Pakistani TV show after Rabbi Shergill. This proves that artistes, regardless of their nationality, are for the people and by the people, and of the people.

Musicians at L’Oréal Summer Fantasy Event (Pictures)

March 17, 2011

Photography by Faisal Farooqui

[Lahore] L’Oréal exclusively presented their Spring/Summer 2011 collection in Pakistan through an innovative style show, ‘Summer Fantasy’ – a translation of the global beauty and fashion trends of the season by Nabila and Zain Mustafa with Hair by L’Oréal Professionnel and Make Up by L’Oréal Paris. In attendance at this exciting show were musicians Ali Azmat, Ali Zafar, Akhter Chinnar, Khalid Khan, Emu & Shallum of Fuzon, Junaid Khan of Call, Kiran Chaudhry and Farhad Humayun of Overload.

Summer Fantasy 2011 was complemented by live music produced by Emu with Balochi folk artist Akhter Channar, guitarist Shallum Xavier and bassist Khalid with a live dance performance by the chaap dancers. Performing a medley of 3 tracks, Akhter Chinnar presented Balochi rap composed on centuries old shepherds poetry which narrates the story of three plants that return with the gypsies to celebrate spring.

Call – Dhoom (Album Review)

January 29, 2011

By Mutee ur Rahman (mutee.pk@gmail.com)

So after half a decade since their debut and a long 9 years since the revival of quality Popular music in Pakistan, Lahore’s Call are back with the their second album titled “Dhoom”.  The album was reportedly on Fire Records’ list of upcoming albums for a long time and finally sees the daylight at the beginning of 2011.

The distance between “Jilawatan” (Call’s first record) and “Dhoom” serves the band well as they opted to shift gears and swerve considerably away from their original sound. Where “Jilawatan” was a dark and melancholic album, “Dhoom” is an uplifting record. Not surprisingly, the initial reaction from listeners does not go in favor of the band.

“Jilawatan” scored a respectable fan base with hard, riff-based songs and grit filled performances that were perfect for listeners who wanted their Rock to be more “headbangable”.