Infiniti (album)

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Infiniti
Junoon-infiniti.jpg
Studio album by Junoon
Released July 1, 2005
Recorded January–May 2005 at Digital Fidelity Studio, in Lahore, Pakistan and Grandview Studios in New York City, United States
Genre Sufi rock, Classical rock, Alternative rock
Length 53:40
Label EMI, Nameless Sufi Music
Producer John Alec, Salman Ahmad
Alternative cover
Junooni Cover.
Singles from Infiniti
  1. "Ghoom Taana"
    Released: August 8, 2004
  2. "Al-Vida"
    Released: December 4, 2005

Infiniti is the debut album of the singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Salman Ahmad. The album was released on July 1, 2005 under the record label EMI. Singles from the album include "Ghoom Taana" and "Al-Vida". The single "Ghoom Taana" also featured in Junoon's seventh studio album Dewaar.

The single "Ghoom Taana" featured Shubha Mudgal on vocals, but originally the song was sung by Ali Noor, from Noori and former Junoon vocalist, Ali Azmat.

Track listing[edit]

All music written & composed by Salman Ahmad and Sabir Zafar, those which are not are mentioned below.

Infiniti
No. Title Length
1. "Nachoon Gi" 4:34
2. "Al-Vida" 5:19
3. "Ghoom Taana" 7:17
4. "Nazar" 4:12
5. "Mein Tum Sey Duur" 5:23
6. "Tu Lang Ja" 3:55
7. "Terey Liye" 3:48
8. "Do Dil" 4:31
9. "Tanha" 3:33
10. "Sagar" 5:34
11. "Mun Gum Sum" 4:30
12. "Masjid Mandir" 1:58
13. "Ghoom Taana [Remix]" 5:33
14. "Jiyain" 4:18

Personnel[edit]

All information is taken from the CD.

Junoon
Additional musicians
Production

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