FARAZ ANWAR "ISHQ KI SUBAH" (5 JUNE 2020).
 
is a combination of Pop, Rock and progressive songs & instrumentals. Faraz is also materializing his English album for international Music scene which is to be announced very soon.   
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MAZI HAAL MUSTAQBIL (2004)

 

Mazi Haal Mustaqbil by Mizraab was released after more than 3 years of struggle in order to release the album. Mizraab finally managed to release Pakistan’s first metal Urdu album in 2004. This album is considered by many to be the heaviest album released to date in Pakistan, both musically and lyrically.

TRACKLISTING

01.      Mayusee – 9:11 min
02.      Panchi – 6:32 min
03.      Worldeterne – 2:06 min
04.      Meri Terhan – 4:24 min
05.      Janay Main – 5:58 min
06.      Insaan – 6:40 min
07.      Aag – 5:43 min
08.      Kitni Sadian – 6:33 min
09.      Muntazir – 5:23 min
10.      Akhir Kyun – 7:18 min
11.       Kuch Hai – 6:35 min
12.      Izhaar – 3:28 min

CREDITS

Faraz Anwar: Vocals., Guitars, Drums Sequencing
Khalid Khan: Bass

JAHILIA (2003)

 

The expression of Jahilia was set to path at the B93 Studios Karachi (Faraz Anwar’s Studio) during middle months of the year 2002, engineered by Anjum and produced by Dusk. Jahilia is as abstract as the wind itself. It is the light that one could always see, absorb, relate to, but never could become. Ignorance, self-indulgence, absence, could be past definitions given to this terminology.

TRACKLISTING

01.      Attachments – 2:03 min
02.      Hidden From Senses – 5:07 min
03.      Jahilia Calling – 4:41min
04.      The Subdued Light – 8:14min
05.      Night Bulb Angel – 5:41 min
06.      As Pain Becomes Liquid – 4:37 min
07.      Decadent Little Girl – 6:55 min

CREDITS

All tracks composed, arranged, sequenced and performed by Dusk
Faraz Anwer: All Instrumentation, Layer Processing and Theology.
Babar Shaikh: Gray Expression and Thought Convergence.
Shahzad (Shahi) Hassan: Mastering

MY INFINITE NATURE ALONE (1999)

Published by Hibernia Productions in December 1999.

TRACKLISTING

01.      Ars Moriendi – 1:30 min
02.      Returning To Pathos – 10:53min
03.      Forty Seasons From Now – 7:42 min
04.      Await – 4:56 min
05.      Chairscuro – 3:57 min
06.      Fortress Of Solitude – 8:58 min
07.      Still Black And White – 2:58 min
08.      Beautiful Unfortunate – 1:16 min

ABSTRACT POINT OF VIEW (2001)

 

Abstract Point of View was released in December 2001 through Gnarly Geezer Records (an independent label founded in the late 1990s by guitarist Allan Holdsworth) and on September 21, 2004 through Lion Music.

TRACKLISTING

01.      Through the Passage of Time – 12:44 min
02.      Maze – 4:53 min
03.      Prophet – 6:56 min
04.      Don’t Let Your Spirit Die – 5:30 min
05.      Last Summer – 4:46 min
06.      Why? – 10:28 min

CREDITS

Faraz Anwar: Guitars, Bass, Keyboards, Drums Sequencing
Fahad Khan: Drums on Last Summer
Mekaal Hassan: Mixing / Mastering
Jamal Mustafa: Engineering

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