Kashmakash

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Kashmakash
Compilation album by Junoon
Released 1995
Recorded 1993-1994
Genre Sufi rock, Classical rock, Psychedelic rock
Length 62:13
Label EMI
Producer Brian O'Connell, Salman Ahmad
Junoon chronology
Talaash
(1993)
Kashmakash
(1995)
Inquilaab
(1996)
Singles from Kashmakash
  1. "Ehtesaab"
    Released: December, 1996

Kashmakash (Urdu: کشھمکش‎, literal English translation: "dilemma") is the first compilation album and third overall album of the Pakistani rock band, Junoon. It is said to be the first compilation album by a pop band in Pakistan.[1] Junoon were courted for the controversy of video for "Ehtesaab", which included footage of a polo pony eating in a posh restaurant. Many thought the image was an indictment of the corrupt Pakistani political elite, and especially of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. The government quickly banned the song and video from state television.

Track listing[edit]

All music written & composed by Salman Ahmad and Sabir Zafar.

Kashmakash
No. Title Length
1. "Ehtesaab"   2:32
2. "Neend Athi Nahin"   4:36
3. "Heeray"   3:54
4. "Heer (Instrumental)"   4:49
5. "Jogia"   4:53
6. "Khwab"   5:27
7. "Meri Awaz Suno"   5:32
8. "Talaash"   5:12
9. "Mera Mahi"   4:46
10. "Saeein"   5:34
11. "Jazba-e-Junoon"   4:25
12. "Husan Walo"   5:25
13. "Woh"   5:21

Personnel[edit]

All information is taken from the CD.

Junoon
Additional musicians
Production

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kashmakash Jeemography". Junoon. Retrieved 2009-09-26. 

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