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Ahoban!
Ahoban!.jpeg
Studio album by Habib Wahid
Released June 1, 2011 (2011-06-01)
Genre
Length 40:24
Language Bengali
Label Deadline Music
Producer
Habib Wahid chronology
O Bosheshe
(2008)
Ahoban! Shomorpon
(2011)

Ahoban! is the 4th solo album by Bangladeshi composer and musician Habib Wahid, and his 8th studio album overall. It was released on June 1, 2011.[1] Sajid Sarker co-produced the album alongside Habib Wahid. The album was released exclusively by Banglalink.[1]

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Production

Like his other albums, the music of Ahoban! was composed and produced by Habib Wahid. However, mixing and mastering was done by Sajid Sarker, who co-produced the album. The Daily Star described the album as a "big budget" album.[2]

Release

The album was released exclusively by Banglalink through the label Deadline Music. Amadergaan.com was given exclusive rights to distribute the song online.[1]

Reception

The album not only was a commercial success, but also gained immense popularity among audiences, The Daily Star reported in their 2011 recap of Bangladeshi music.[2]

Track listing

All lyrics written by Shaquie Ahmed, Ilias Mollah, Mahbub Mohsin, Shushmita Biswas Shaathi, Ferdous Wahid.

No. Title Lyrics Length
1. "Ahoban" Shaquie Ahmed 5:17
2. "Tumi Je Amar Thikana" (featuring Nancy) Ilias Mollah 5:07
3. "Aar Nei Bhalobasha" Ilias Mollah 4:17
4. "Ki Je Holo Aaj" (featuring Nancy) Ilias Mollah 4:27
5. "Ek Jhaak Paira" Ilias Mollah 4:07
6. "Lukochuri" (featuring Kona) Shaquie Ahmed 3:38
7. "Bhule Jeona Amai" Mahbub Mohsin 4:25
8. "Chokhe Chokhe Ratri Holo" Shushmita Biswas Shaathi 5:11
9. "O Mishty Meye" (performed by Ferdous Wahid) Ferdous Wahid 3:54
Total length: 40:24

References

  1. ^ a b c "Let’s move with Habib’s “Ahobaan”". 2012-03-21. Retrieved 2017-07-15. 
  2. ^ a b "2011 In Music". The Daily Star. 2012-01-05. Retrieved 2017-07-15. 
This page was last edited on 25 August 2017, at 11:35.
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