Jadal | El Makina

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El Makina

by Jadal

A highly anticipated album by one of the first Arabic Rock bands in the Middle east, JadaL's second album "El Makina" contains 10 tracks talks about social and personal issues matters to youth in the middle east. Composed and written by Mahmoud Radaideh
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Ghabeh B'eed
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2. Ana Bakhaf Min El Commitment
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3. Fe Nabd Ana Has
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4. El Makina
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5. I'm in Love With Wala Bint
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6. Yum El Jum'a Dayman Ashwab
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7. Zad El Sheib
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8. Bye Bye Azizi
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9. Ma Raddatish
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10. Hada Yakhud Makani
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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A highly anticipated album by one of the first Arabic Rock bands in the Middle east, JadaL's second album "El Makina" contains 10 tracks talks about social and personal issues composed, written and produced by Mahmoud Radaideh.

Album's songs talks about issues that matters for the youth in the world and the middle east, the importance of art and how it influences other cultures, commitment and other subjects.

"El Makina" is the second album released three years after the first, sound is fresh and acceptable by all ears.

Performed by Mahmoud Radaideh (vocal, guitar, keys, synths, bass and beat programing) and musicians Ahmad Zoubi (Vocals), Bader Helalat (Keys & Synthesizers), Amjad Shahrour (Bass), Ammar Urabi (Drums), Hani Mezyan (Keys) and for live performances Hakam Abu Soud (Drums).


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