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Rozen e Deewar

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Released  August 31, 2006
Release date  31 August 2006
Artist  Roxen
Producer  Zulfiqar Jabbar Khan
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Recorded  2004-2006 at Xth Harmonic Studio, Lahore, Pakistan
Label  Fire Records, Hom Records, Sangeet Records
Genres  Rock music, Pop music, Alternative rock, Pop rock
Nominations  Lux Style Award for Best Album

Rozen e deewar


Rozen-e-Deewar is the first album recorded by Pakistani music band Rox3n. With tints of pop and dark shades of rock too, Roxen hit the market with their debut album on August 31, 2006.

Contents

Rozen-e-Deewar was released under Fire Records (Pakistan), Hom Records (India) & Sangeet Records (United States, Canada, North America & almost all over the world).

Roxen the band rozen e deewar


Etymology

"Rozen-e-Deewar" is an urdu word which means "A hole in a wall (of a prison cell) from which a ray of light emerges & gives hope & freshness". The name of the band is also a corruption of the same word (Roxen) & was suggested by Kashaan, a friend of Mustafa Zahid.

Track listing

  1. Sapnay
  2. Chaltay Rahay
  3. Tau Phir Aao
  4. Aaj
  5. Lams
  6. Rozen-e-Deewar
  7. Jag Chor dia
  8. Yaadein
  9. Mujhko Satao
  10. Malangi

Critical reception

Rozen-E-Deewar has received positive reviews. Rizwana Malik of PakManzil called it worth the wait. Shahzeb Sheikh of Instep Magazine also gave a positive review and said: Rozen-e-Deewar is a complete album in the sense that it caters to both rock freaks as well as listeners who like soft songs...

Awards and nominations

Rozen-E-Deewar was nominated for Best Album in Lux Style Awards 2008.

Songs

1Sapnay
2Chaltay Rahay
3Tau Phir Aao

References

Rozen-e-Deewar Wikipedia


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