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Haroon Ka Nasha
Studio album by Haroon
Released March 2007
Genre Pop
Haroon chronology
Haroon Ka Nasha

Haroon Ka Nasha is the third album by the Pakistani pop singer Haroon, released in March 2007.[1][2]



The album's first singles were "Jiya Jaye" and "Jua Kehla". The songs were all composed, recorded, produced, engineered and mixed at his personal studio, “Haroon’s Turbo Charged Funky Lil’ Studio”. Haroon Ka Nasha touches on a variety of themes apart from the usual love songs. The song "Big Corporation Man" is a satire on greedy large companies that only care about profit without regard to the effects on the environment or their customers. "I’m a big corporation man, with big corporation plans, Living for profit and I don’t give a damn," Haroon sings

The song "Jiya Jaye" has a strong message extolling brotherhood and peace no matter what your religion or background. Musically "Jiya Jaye", is a modern electro-acoustic feel good pop song with a tinge of gentle qawali. The song "Hum Hain" is a positive uplifting aggressive rock song with a huge stadium chorus. “I recorded over 100 tracks of vocals on this song to get that big sound in the chorus,” says Haroon. The song "Oh Saqi" is deep and dark, full of angst and despair.

The album starts with a lighter song, an up-tempo funky number called "Jua Khela", driven by a guitar riff played by Assad Ahmed. The song suggests that love is a gamble and you never know whether you are going to win in the game of love or end up with a broken heart. The next track is the heart-rending "Nahi Hah Yeh Pyaar". The song has a very non traditional chord progression and the melody pulls on the heart strings.

"Yeh Raat", is a straight forward rock song. The acoustic and electric guitars are played by Haroon. “Ibtida-e-Ishq”, is a ballad which borrows lyrics from the famous Ghalib poem. On the song “She is No Good 4 U” Haroon duets with a famous UK based singer Yvonne. Its a blend of Urdu and English lyrics.

The album has a total of 12 tracks. This album was launched by The Musik Records at the end of March 2007, and is available on CD and Cassettes.

Track listing

  1. "Jua Khela"
  2. "Nahin Hai Yeh Pyaar"
  3. "Jiya Jaye"
  4. "Ibtada-e-Ishq"
  5. "Yeh Raat"
  6. "She's No Good 4 U"
  7. "Ishq Nasha"
  8. "Ashiqa"
  9. "Big Corporation Man"
  10. "Oh Saqi"
  11. "Hum Hain"
  12. "Hum Hain (Remix)"


  1. ^ Madeeha Syed (2007-03-25). "Addicted to love". Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. Retrieved 2008-01-13.  
  2. ^ Tahir Yahya. "Haroon Ka Nasha". Pakistan Link. Retrieved 2008-01-13.  

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