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    Pakistani Pop Music - 80's & 90's era

    Came across some old video's of Pop singers and bands from the 80's and 90's era on Youtube. We should be proud to have such a vibrant and interesting pop scene at that time. Obviously started of with Nazia and Zoheb Hasan, an absolutely amazing talent, arguably the best Pakistan has ever produced. Then came Vital Signs and took the country by storm with their "Dil Dil Pakistan" song. Their first few albums were huge hits and solidified their position as Pakistan's biggest Pop band. Junoon was a personal favorite which came into being after Salman left Vital Signs and joined with Ali Azmat from Jupiter. The first 2-3 of their albums were pure rock and though they had not gained the global fame they did after "Azaadi" with their sufi acoustic rock music, they were huge in rock circles in Pakistan and their concerts were legendary. Other notable bands and singers include Strings, Awaaz, Arid Zone, Ali Haider, Abrar, Fakhr-e-Alam etc.

    Any fans of that music here on PP. Feel free to share your favorite songs, videos, concert experience etc.


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    I was born in the 90s but I like to believe that this was what Pakistan was like in the 80s. Definitely a classic song from the 80s though as far as Pakistani pop music is concerned.

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    It all started with this song. An ever lasting beat and rhythm. Watching these two dance to that tune at once brings joy and pain, seeing the beautiful and enormously gifted Nazia singing and dancing so innocently. May God rest her soul.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWzTZ...e_gdata_player


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    Interesting fact I got from her Wiki page:

    Nazia was the first Pakistani to win a Filmfare Award and remains the youngest winner of a Filmfare Award in the category of Best Female Playback Singer to date. She was only 15.


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    Quote Originally Posted by akheR View Post
    Oh yeah, Milestones, how did I forget them. They were probably the first rock band in Pakistan with a female singer. The bassist Ali Tim used to write in MAG, a magazine from the Dawn group. Always liked his writing style.
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    Another hugely popular song by Nazia.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7j74N...e_gdata_player


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    Quote Originally Posted by saadibaba View Post
    Oh yeah, Milestones, how did I forget them. They were probably the first rock band in Pakistan with a female singer. The bassist Ali Tim used to right in MAG, a magazine from the Dawn group. Always liked his writing style.
    He made a website about the band:

    http://www.themilestonesband.com/

    The live performance dates from 1994, was 3 years old then.

    Is there some 'Lutfullah Khan' of the 80s-90s ? I mean, some archivist who has tons of audio from that era, I'm sure that there are few gems there considering how innovative our indie scene is as of now, just love the 'feeling' behind all these 80s-90s songs.
    In an ideal world the very first task of our Culture ministry (?) would be to preserve our artistic heritage.

    Oh and another writer for DAWN had his artistic days too, probably your favourite pen when it comes to bash and slash PTI, and USA-India's joint ambassador to Pak-watan
    Not really pop, but to give you an idea of the diverse scene out there back then



    ^NFP, for his band 'Atish Raj'. That particular (theme) song, 'War in Heaven', was released in '95.
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    One I came across recently, cheesy but like it



    Reading the comments, the Antonio Banderas-looking lead singer is actually Fawad Ahmed, brother of the relatively more famous pop-singer Jawad Ahmed.

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    It was a less polarised world back then. Pre-Gulf war era, Salman Rushdie was swanning about London while slagging off the British establishment. I think the music scene is still probably quite vibrant in Pakistan, just it's probably getting caught in the fallout from global events.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akheR View Post
    He made a website about the band:

    http://www.themilestonesband.com/

    The live performance dates from 1994, was 3 years old then.

    Is there some 'Lutfullah Khan' of the 80s-90s ? I mean, some archivist who has tons of audio from that era, I'm sure that there are few gems there considering how innovative our indie scene is as of now, just love the 'feeling' behind all these 80s-90s songs.
    In an ideal world the very first task of our Culture ministry (?) would be to preserve our artistic heritage.

    Oh and another writer for DAWN had his artistic days too, probably your favourite pen when it comes to bash and slash PTI, and USA-India's joint ambassador to Pak-watan
    Not really pop, but to give you an idea of the diverse scene out there back then




    ^NFP, for his band 'Atish Raj'. That particular (theme) song, 'War in Heaven', was released in '95.
    He was actually brilliant as a music writer, he is not even 10% of that as a political writer. Used to love reading his reviews and critique of pop bands and their albums.


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    From a movie, so more 'traditional'/Bollywoodian pop



    ^BTW the actor, Faisal Rehman, is the nephew of Rehman, a chap who had some success in Bollywood's early years it seems.

    Some others




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    My favourite of Vital Signs, sounds really Pink Floydish (1995)


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    ^^^

    A favorite of mine too. This whole album was PF inspired, songs merging into each other, dark and haunting chords, long intros etc. some real gems.


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    Btw if you know how to play chords on guitar, hum tum is really fun to play.


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    I like the above song by vital signs....Good voice too!!!

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    ^^^

    Junaid is probably our best male pop singer ever.


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    Hum Tum the last album of VS was a masterpiece which unfortunately not many people were able to understand... ironically it ended up being the last album of VS as well.

    Beautiful stuff.


    Kut khani hai to aa jao idher, khushbo laga ke!

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    Kut khani hai to aa jao idher, khushbo laga ke!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stewie View Post
    Hum Tum the last album of VS was a masterpiece which unfortunately not many people were able to understand... ironically it ended up being the last album of VS as well.

    Beautiful stuff.
    Totally agree. It was probably their best album with their first being a close second.


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    Oh I miss the 90s so much.

    I can't stand much of today's bollywood soundtracks but the ones back then had that melody feel that you could listen again and again.

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    :kami



    Just about all the vital signs stuff was awesome but this rare tripped out karate music video is just class.

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    Bhangra Rap by Fakhr-e-Alam. Probably the first big hit by a Pakistani singer/band in the rap genre.



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    ^ Bhangra Rap wow!!

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    Abrar is known for his funny and naughty songs but I really liked this slow number by him. For the "dil pekho" posters on PP.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcQBI...e_gdata_player


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    Vital Signs and Junoon collaborating for a patriotic song to be released on Pakistan Day :

    Here is the teaser - your thoughts ?

    [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2tLjky_Jtg[/url

    PS - PTI promotion was not intentional . I don`t like them .
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    Sounds like a signature Junoon style opening riff. Should be good.


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    Wifey was recently watching Dhoop Kinaray; I too watched it for some time and was hooked.

    You guys had such a vibrant society back then; what went wrong???

    And I am in love with Dr. Zoya (played by Marina, I guess)

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    Junoon was the best band of 90's

    Abrar best solo singer

    2000's, it all went down hill

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitin Tomer View Post
    Wifey was recently watching Dhoop Kinaray; I too watched it for some time and was hooked.

    You guys had such a vibrant society back then; what went wrong???

    And I am in love with Dr. Zoya (played by Marina, I guess)
    lolz, you watch too much news...

    we still have that same "vibrant" society, its just that the quality of drama's have went downhill due to intro of a bazillion new channels, more quantity => less quality

    not saying ALL the drama's nowadays are bad, few good ones too

    Aks, drama is ok/good, but I really like its OST!


    have a listen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LethalSami View Post
    lolz, you watch too much news...

    we still have that same "vibrant" society.
    What source I have to know about Pakistan other than news and movies/drams being produced there. And I am sorry to say, they don't provide a very flattering picture.

    Just to clarify, I am in no way demeaning Pakistan. I love the nation, it's cuisine, it's terrain, it's people, our shared history. I am just stating that contemporary media (either Pakistani or Indian or neutral) doesn't give a very good picture about Pakistan. And I know this is OT, I am just responding to your post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitin Tomer View Post
    Wifey was recently watching Dhoop Kinaray; I too watched it for some time and was hooked.

    You guys had such a vibrant society back then; what went wrong???

    And I am in love with Dr. Zoya (played by Marina, I guess)
    Nah believe me the society is pretty much vibrant, still a good, innovative music scene and one channel 'Hum TV' is doing more and more good dramas... sadly the few I saw have nothing on those of the 90s in terms of direction, music production, ... IMHO, PAK dramas were a hit across both borders simply because in terms of quality they were more Western than anything else (PTV had the monopole, so all talent was concentrated in one place).

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    How can we forget 'Sir Kiyeh Yeh Pahar' from Strings, easily one of the best pop song of the 90s



    This one too gives an 'epic' feel



    Quote Originally Posted by Salman View Post
    :kami

    Glad to know that all Akmals didn't go into cricket. :adnan
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    Quote Originally Posted by akheR View Post
    How can we forget 'Sir Kiyeh Yeh Pahar' from Strings, easily one of the best pop song of the 90s
    Excellent song

    And then there was Hawa Hawa by Hasan Jehangir. I was very young when it came out, and it was such a huge hit. It's cassettes used to be sold at a premium over MRP
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    one of my favourites from then Thanks to Homer and crew who made this for PP back in the day:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmJaOTROC3c

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitin Tomer View Post
    Wifey was recently watching Dhoop Kinaray; I too watched it for some time and was hooked.

    You guys had such a vibrant society back then; what went wrong???

    And I am in love with Dr. Zoya (played by Marina, I guess)
    Society is still the same , just that Urdu writing has suffered as more people are now writing in English / novels in English are doing better .

    Some good dramas are still being made like Daam , Doraha and Zindagi Gulzar Hai . There must be more but these are the ones I have watched .

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    Marina Mornings - Dhoop Kinaray Special



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    Some rare stuff : Visions, a Karachi-based band of the mid 80s-early 90s



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    Some massive hits of my favourite singer , Sajjad Ali , other than Babia and Chief Saab . He was a huge star in the 90s . Hard to believe he manages to keep a low profile now . I wish he came up with more music now .

    Mahiwal
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vU5y6vVdUU

    Bulbul
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vhVmMtbxIp8

    Jadoo
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkFIMmskVkc

    Abhi Mood Nahi
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ww-VRJY9LLU

    Yaad To Aati
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZgNnFVOHTU

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    Quote Originally Posted by akheR View Post
    He made a website about the band:

    http://www.themilestonesband.com/

    The live performance dates from 1994, was 3 years old then.

    Is there some 'Lutfullah Khan' of the 80s-90s ? I mean, some archivist who has tons of audio from that era, I'm sure that there are few gems there considering how innovative our indie scene is as of now, just love the 'feeling' behind all these 80s-90s songs.
    In an ideal world the very first task of our Culture ministry (?) would be to preserve our artistic heritage.

    Lutfullah Khan Sahab passed away last year .

    Who remembers this ?
    Khalid Anum`s Peera Ho
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWMJBSlyzA0
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    Qarar , a classic from Ali Haider

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6tD1uw25ff4

    I think this song was also used for a PTV drama starring Marina Khan . I think Ali Haider was also in it , not sure .

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    Qarar , a classic from Ali Haider

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6tD1uw25ff4

    I think this song was also used for a PTV drama starring Marina Khan . Ali Haider was also in it , not sure .

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    I don't know if Junoon was pop or no- but this is one hell of a song!


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    how u guys can leave out "purani jeans n guitar"?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wbh8MkI9zo4

    suits well with young generation of India n Pakistan

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    ^ yeah no doubt a classic

    Quote Originally Posted by HamzaSaeen View Post
    I don't know if Junoon was pop or no- but this is one hell of a song!
    You may also like Khudi , another Iqbal poem performed by Junoon

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    Quote Originally Posted by akheR View Post
    The guitarist at the start looks like a young Ravi Shastri

    Eerie

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    Quote Originally Posted by LooneyReturns View Post
    You may also like Khudi , another Iqbal poem performed by Junoon
    why did these people separate? Junoon was epic!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Asim2Good View Post
    how u guys can leave out "purani jeans n guitar"?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wbh8MkI9zo4

    suits well with young generation of India n Pakistan
    This song was a huge hit in India..


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    As per my knowledge pop style of music was started by Ahmed Rushdie in Pakistan movies, he had his own style then Alamgir took the flame from him and got famous for his singing style in non filmi songs later he sung for films too. Nazia and Zohaib Hasan came afterwards and took it to another level. Few years later came Vital sign and from there started this music craze for Pop music

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    this one is a classic from Sajjad Ali- bas bhai bas!



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    MQMers did not like that song

    Quote Originally Posted by HamzaSaeen View Post
    why did these people separate? Junoon was epic!
    Ali Azmat wanted to do ssomething other than just Sufi rock , Salman Ahmed did not . And Salman Ahmed is a #ag .

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    just a classic!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Looney View Post
    Some massive hits of my favourite singer , Sajjad Ali , other than Babia and Chief Saab . He was a huge star in the 90s . Hard to believe he manages to keep a low profile now . I wish he came up with more music now .
    Love Sajjad Ali's voice, he is incredibly talented!!

    Here a few of my classic songs:

    Dr Aur Billa!




    Vital Signs - Ye Shaam ultimate soppy song for me lol



    Hadiqa Kiani Boohey Bariyan


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    Alamgir in 1975



    Nazia and Zohaib in 81


    Alamgir PTV Awards 83


    Nazia Hassan


    Vital Signs




    Kia baat hai


    Kaisa dia ☪

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    Shehki



    Nazia

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    Kaisa dia ☪

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    Hi folks. I'm trying to do an "Ultimate Pak Pop History Remix" Music/Video Edit compiling songs from Pak's pop history. My range goes all the way back to the Benjamin Sisters to Ali Zafar, from Nazia Hassan to Zoe Viccaji. Basically a nice chronological megamix (not a galore of songs but up to 20 songs) mixed together. If anyone of you is an avid fan of Pak pop history and can recommend a few songs to mix that have stood out through Pak pop music history i'd really appreciate it (incase I miss any popular ones).

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    You need to add Fakhr-e-Alam ..

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    Sajjad Ali, Vital signs , Junoon, Fringe Benefits (or whatever they were called) ,

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    Start with Almagir , add shekhi as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looney View Post
    Society is still the same , just that Urdu writing has suffered as more people are now writing in English / novels in English are doing better .

    Some good dramas are still being made like Daam , Doraha and Zindagi Gulzar Hai . There must be more but these are the ones I have watched .
    No society is not same. Zia-ul-Haq happened , russian war happened ... Lived there in 80s/90s we were very moderate people ...


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