1984 | E'ku E'kee

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E'ku E'kee

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Eku Eky is the debut album of 1984.
Genre: Easy Listening: Soft Rock
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1. Bindhifa
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2. Aratheh
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3. Hindhukolhu
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2:42 $0.99
4. Kurin
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5. Kuri dhathuru
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6. Vaareyge' hiyani
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7. Abadhahdhaandhen gaathugaa
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8. Barahanaa
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9. Musthaqbal
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10. Heevume'h
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Made on popular demand, E'ku E'kee is the debut album of 1984.

Though this is the first time these songs are officially being released to the public as merchandise, they have been performed at various concerts, and received favorable recognition from the public (from all age groups and gender) For instance, the songs “Barahanaa”, “Aratheh” and *Heevumeh” have already been promoted through mass media such as television programs, radio programs, and is quite popular with the public.


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5 years on I still need it on my playslist
The Album has a level of sophistication unseen by recent Maldivian bands. My favourite two tracks ; 'Barahanaa' and 'Bindifai' have the instant classic hit feel. Promising first album from a talented bunch. Hope it does not stop here.