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Laal (band)

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Years active  2008–present
Lead singer  Shahram Azhar
Associated acts  Junoon
Origin  Lahore, Pakistan (2007)
Name  Laal (band)
Past members  Shahram Azhar
Albums  Utho Meri Duniya
Role  Musical band

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Genres  Sufi rock, progressive rock, alternative rock
Labels  Fire Records, Times Music India
Members  Taimur Rahman, Shahram Azhar, Mahvash Waqar, Haider Rahman

Umeed e sahar laal band official video


Laal (Urdu: لال‎, literal English translation: "red") is a musical band from Pakistan known for singing socialist and progressive political songs, especially on the poetry written by leftist Urdu poets such as Faiz Ahmed Faiz and Habib Jalib.

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Band members

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  • Shahram Azhar (Former Member)- Guitar and Vocals
  • Taimur Rahman- Guitar and Vocals
  • Mahvash Waqar- Backup Vocals
  • Haider Rahman- Flute
  • Discography

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    The debut album is titled Umeed e Sahar and has been released by Fire Records (owned by Geo TV). The second album is titled "Utho Meri Dunya" and has been released by Times Music in India (2012) and Fire Records in Pakistan (2013).

    Albums

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  • Umeed-e-Sahar (2009)
  • Main Nay Kaha (Musheer)
  • Umeed-e-Sahar
  • Sadaa
  • Jaag Punjab
  • Dastoor
  • Kal, Aaj Aur Kal
  • Zulmat
  • Mat Samjho
  • Na Judaa
  • Jaago
  • Utho Meri Duniya (2012/2013)
  • Utho Meri Duniya
  • Fareeda
  • Jhoot Ka Uncha Sar
  • Meray Dil, Meray Musafir
  • Bay Dam
  • Chah Ka Ilzaam
  • Deshatgardi Murdabad
  • Ghum Na Kar
  • Na Honay Paee
  • Yaad
  • Controversy

    It was reported on 6 June 2014 that the official Facebook page of the band has been blocked by the Facebook at the request of the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority. Taimur Rahman the vocalist and guitarist of the band said: “The ban was out of the blue and very shameful, there was no controversial entry in the past week that deserved a ban on the page. Our short comments on news clippings we post are usually those that are objected to by the majority of people.” The page, however, was restored later. Pakistan Telecommunication Authority, on other hand, denied that they requested for blocking.


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    References

    Laal (band) Wikipedia


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