Ah W Noss

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Ah W Noss
آه ونص
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Studio album by Nancy Ajram
Released April 14, 2004 (2004-04-14)
Recorded 2003–2004
Studio
Genre
Length 53:13
Label
  • Relax-In
  • Megastar
Producer
  • Jiji Lamara (exec.)
  • Tarek Madkour
  • Jean-Marie Riachi
  • Tony Saba
  • Adel Ayash
  • Tarek Aakef
  • Mohammed Mustafa
  • Midhat Khamis
Nancy Ajram chronology
Ya Salam
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Ah W Noss
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Nancy Ajram studio album chronology
Ya Salam
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Ah W Noss
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Alternate cover
Cover for the 2006 re-release of the album, titled Ah W Noss: Collector's Edition
Cover for the 2006 re-release of the album, titled Ah W Noss: Collector's Edition
Singles from Ah W Noss
  1. "Ah W Noss"
    Released: April 11, 2004
  2. "Lawn Ouyounak"
    Released: 2004
  3. "Oul Tani Keda [Coke Single]"
    Released: 2005
  4. "Inta Eyh"
    Released: 2005

Ah W Noss (Arabic: آه ونص‎‎) is the fourth studio album by Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram. It was released On April 14, 2004 by Megastar and Relax-In Records. This was the follow-up project to 2003's Ya Salam. In 2003, the album launched Nancy Ajram to the heights of Arab music, thanks to a string of hit singles which have become part of pop culture today. The Arabian-flavoured album received commercial success in certain territories.

The lead single, Ah W Noss, went on to achieve massive airplay and video time on the major music channels, commanding the top spot for several weeks. The album was a big hit, on the strength of the lead single. Summer 2004 saw Nancy launch a major world tour on the strength of her new single. In late 2004, Ajram became the Middle Eastern face of Coca-Cola, which opened a whole new promotional phase for the young starlet.

The album was re-released on July 16, 2006. EMI Music Arabia released a digitally remastered collector's edition of the album packaged with the audio and visual discs and different artwork.[1]

Track listing[edit]

Standard edition
No. Title Lyrics Music Producer Length
1. "Ah W Noss" (I Mean It) Ayman Bahgat Amar Tarek Madkour Tarek Madkour 4:40
2. "Badallaa Aleyk" (Flirting With You) Ahmed Shatta Mahmoud Khayami Jean-Marie Riachi 4:36
3. "Lawn Ouyounak" (The Color of Your Eyes) Samir Nakhle Tarek Abou Jaoude Tony Saba 3:58
4. "Oul Tani Keda" (Say That Again?) Sultan Salah Mohammed Saad Tarek Madkour 4:07
5. "Taala Ya" (Come Here) Ahmed Shatta Khaled Jnaid Adel Ayash 4:48
6. "Sana Wara Sana" (Year After Year) Mahmoud Saad Fadi Saad Tony Saba 4:38
7. "Inta Eyh" (What Are You?) Mustafa Moursi Samir Sfeir Tarek Madkour 5:05
8. "Gayinn You'Ouluoli" (They Came To Tell Me) Mustafa Moursi Samir Sfeir Tarek Aakef 5:24
9. "Ana Leyh" (Why Do I) Ikram El Assi Mohammed Rahim Mohammed Mustafa 5:29
10. "Hobbak Liya" (Your Love is Mine) Mustafa Moursi Walid Saad Medhat Khamis 5:17
11. "La Teloum" (Don't Blame) Sheikh Sabah Nasser Al Sabah Samir Sfeir Tarek Aakef 5:09

Personnel[edit]

Adapted from the album liner notes.[2]

  • Mohammed Sakr – sound engineer
  • Nash'at Nasr Eldeen – sound engineer
  • Amir Mahrous – sound engineer
  • Elie Saba – sound engineer
  • Jean-Marie Riachi – producer; sound engineer
  • Tony Haddad – digital mastering
  • David Abdallah – photography
  • Fares El Jammal – photography
  • Georges Yucef – graphic design

Singles[edit]

  1. Ah W Noss: No. 1 – Egypt and No. 1 – Lebanon
  2. Loun Ouyounak: No. 1 – Egypt and No. 1 – Lebanon
  3. Oul Tani Keda: No. 1 – Egypt and No.1 – Lebanon
  4. Inta Eyh: No. 1 – Egypt and No.1 – Lebanon

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ah W Noss Collector's Edition". Amazon. 
  2. ^ Nancy Ajram (2004). Ah W Noss (Media notes). Relax-In/Megastar. 7243 576650 2 5. 

External links[edit]