Wust El-Balad

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Wust El-Balad-Logo.JPG
Origin Egypt
Genres Soft rock
Years active 1999–Present
Website www.wustelbaladband.com
Members Ahmed Omran
Hany Adel
Adham El-Said
Mizo
Ahmed Omar
Asaad Nessim
Bob

Wust El-Balad (Arabic: وسط البلد‎) is an Egyptian Soft rock band, founded in Cairo in 1999. The band released two albums, the self-titled Wust El-Balad in 2007 and Rubabekya in 2011.

Line-up[edit]

Co-founders
Other members

Discography[edit]

Wust El-Balad (2007)[edit]

Wust El-Balad
Studio album by Wust El-Balad
Released December 2007
Genre Soft rock
Length 43:04
Label Star Gate
Melody Music
Producer Wassim Saif El-Din
Ashraf Salem

Wust El-Balad (Arabic: وسط البلد‎), is the self-titled debut album of the band released in 2007.

Tracklist
  1. "Arabily" - 4:18 (Get closer to me)
  2. "Wust El Balad" - 4:24 (A song which tells the story of the band, wust el balad means downtown)
  3. "Shams El Nahar" - 4:34 (The sun of the day, a motivational song which gives hope)
  4. "Antika" - 4:05 (Antique, A song addressing those who let their lovers have full control of their lives till their hearts become and "Antika" in their places)
  5. "Yemken" - 5:34 (Maybe)
  6. "Hela Hop" - 4:21 (An expression used in Arabic to motivate people doing a hard job to continue)
  7. "A'm Mina" - 5:19 (A name of a character they made up to show some part of the traditional life in Egypt)
  8. "Magnoun" - 3:27 (Crazy)
  9. "Etkalemy" - 3:06 (Speak up)
  10. "Kol Lel Maliha" - 3:52 (Tell the beautiful one, the lyrics were of a very old Arabic poem sung with modern music)

Rubabekya (2011)[edit]

Rubabekya
Studio album by Wust El-Balad
Released 2011
Wust El-Balad chronology
Wust El-Balad
(2007)
Rubabekya
(2011)

Rubabekya (Arabic: روبابيكيا‎) is second album by the band released in 2011.[1]

Track listing
  1. "Robabekya" - 4:35
  2. "Kol Youm" - 6:05
  3. "Ala Hesb Wedadak" - 4:06
  4. "Soal Wahed" - 4:43
  5. "Men Gowa Al Qahera" - 3:05
  6. "Aly" - 4:04
  7. "Ya Jzera" - 5:26
  8. "Aneqeni" - 4:14
  9. "El Garia Wel Sultan" - 5:11
  10. "Le Habibon" - 5:28

References[edit]

  1. ^ El-Sherif, Heba (2011-01-12). "The Daily News Egypt". Daily News Egypt. Retrieved 2011-06-06. 

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