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Studio album by Junoon
Released June 7, 1999
(re-released on February 5, 2002)
Recorded March–April 1999 at Abbey Road Studios in London, United Kingdom
Genre Sufi rock
Length 50:55
Label EMI, Lips Records
Producer Brian O'Connell, John Alec, Salman Ahmad
Junoon chronology
Millennium 1990–2000
(2000)Millennium 1990–20002000
Alternate cover
Alternate cover
Singles from Parvaaz
  1. "Bulleya"
    Released: 1999
  2. "Sajna"
    Released: 1999
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
ARTISTdirect 4.5/5 stars[2]

Parvaaz (Urdu: پرواز, literal English translation: "flight") is the fifth studio album and sixth overall album by the Pakistani band Junoon. It was released in 1999 and features songs mostly based on the poetry of the great Punjabi Sufi poet Bulleh Shah.


The album was recorded and mixed at Abbey Road Studios in London and was hailed by critics as Junoon's finest work to date and was released by EMI and Lips Records. Singles like "Bulleya", "Sajna", "Ghoom" and "Mitti" were a success and did well at the music charts. UNESCO presented Junoon with an award for their achievements towards Peace in South Asia. Junoon was invited to perform at UNESCO's "Music for Peace" concert held in Paris, along with Yesudas,[3] Lionel Richie, Montserrat Caballe, Zubin Mehta and many other great artists from around the world. In London, BBC presented Junoon an award for their contribution towards Asian Culture.

Track listing[edit]

All songs composed by Salman Ahmad, except track 6, composed by Ali Azmat.

No. Title Length
1. "Bulleya" 4:52
2. "Pyar Bina" 4:21
3. "Sanwal" 5:12
4. "Mitti" 5:17
5. "Ghoom" 7:46
6. "Sajna" 3:54
7. "Rondé Naina" 5:01
8. "Ab to Jaag" 4:27
9. "Aleph" 4:05
10. "Bulleya (Reprise)" 5:55
"Bulleya VCD"
No. Title Length
1. "Bulleya" (Video) 4:46


Additional musicians
  • Malcolm Goveas – drums
  • Ashiq Ali Mir – tabla, dholak


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