|Studio album by Junoon|
|Released||March 15, 2001
(re-released on October 16, 2001)
|Recorded||2000-2001 at Grandview Studios in New York City, United States|
|Genre||Sufi rock, Classical rock, Psychedelic rock|
|Label||EMI, Lips Records|
|Producer||John Alec, Salman Ahmad|
Pakistani Edition Cover. Album titled as "Ishq".
|Singles from Andaz|
Ishq (Urdu: عشق, literal English translation: "love") is the sixth studio album and the ninth overall album of the Pakistani sufi rock band, Junoon. The album was released on January 1, 2001 and was released by the title of Andaz outside Pakistan.
The album topped the charts in Pakistan as well as in the Gulf and South Asia, with its first single entitled "Zamane ke Andaz" (Saqi-Nama) which made it to #1 in the Gulf, and to #5 on the Asian charts. On its official website, Junoon has stated that the band tried to get out of the Sufi rock genre during the album's release.
|1.||"Zamane Ke Andaz (Saqi-Nama)"||Allama Iqbal||4:37|
|2.||"Kaise Gaoun Mein?"||4:45|
|3.||"Sheeshe Ka Ghar"||4:39|
|10.||"Dharti Keh Khuda"||4:21|
|11.||"Jugalbandi (Live at Roskilde Festival, Denmark)"||3:07|
|12.||"Dosti (Live at Roskilde Festival, Denmark)"||7:42|
|13.||"Azadi (feat. Samina Ahmad) [Theme from "Jinnah the Movie"]"||2:21|
All information is taken from the CD.
- Ali Azmat - vocals
- Salman Ahmad- lead guitar, backing vocals
- Brian O'Connell - bass guitar, backing vocals
- Additional musicians
- Female vocals on "Azadi" by Samina Ahmad
- Drums played by Jay Dittamo & John "Gumby" Louis Pinto
- Orchestral Arrangements by Paul Schwartz
- Produced by John Alec & Salman Ahmad
- Recorded & Mixed at Grandview Studios in New York City, United States
- Mastered by Scheherazade Qassim Hassan
- Engineered & Mixed John Alec
- Tracks recorded at the Roskilde Festival, produced by Neils Ekner
- Tracks recorded at the Roskilde Festival, recorded & mixed by Ossian Rhyner