Noori | Peeli Patti Aur Raja Jani Ki Gol Dunya

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Peeli Patti Aur Raja Jani Ki Gol Dunya

by Noori

noori's sophomore album, critically acclaimed for its hard hitting sound, hight production quality and introspective lyrics
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Nishaan
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2. Khalla
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3. Mein
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4. Peeli Patti Aur Raja Jani
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5. Ooncha
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6. Jo Meray
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7. Saari Raat Jaga
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8. Aarzoo
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9. Meray Log
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10. (Kuttay) Te Tho Uttay
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This second album by noori was a follow up on where Suno Ke Main Hun Jawan left off. It talks about what happens when the ever so energetic and hopeful youth grows up and faces the realities of the world. The discontentment and suffering which arises in this growing up, creates an indifferent and self-centered individual, who finds escape routes in things like drugs and other short-lived pleasures.

Peeli Patti Aur Raja Jani Ki Gol Dunya is a call against such indifference. It depicts reality as it exists in our society today, and begs for a reconsideration of the direction people are carving out for themselves in these times of turmoil. Musically, the album brought out a darker and maturer side of the band – something they carried well with their new, don’t-give-a-damn image of long hair and beards. Apart from popularity, it brought a newfound respect for the band – not just as musicians but as individuals who cared for society and genuinely wanted to make a difference.


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