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Album: Coke Studio India Season 3: Episode 1

Artist: A.R. Rahman

  • Genre: Indian Pop
  • Release Date: 2013
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 6

  • Copyright: ℗ 2013 Sony Music Entertainment India Pvt. Ltd.

Tracklist For Coke Studio India Season 3: Episode 1 By Artist A.R. Rahman

Title Artist Time
Zariya A.R. Rahman, Farah Siraj & Ani Choying Drolma 7:12 USD Album Only
Naan Yen A.R. Rahman & Rayhanah 5:25 USD Album Only
Aao Balma A.R. Rahman, Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan, Murtuza Mustafa, Qadir Mustafa, Rabbani Mustafa, Hasan Musta & Faiz Mustafa 7:29 USD Album Only
Ennile Maha Oliyo A.R. Rahman, Issrath Quadhri & Rayhanah 4:17 USD Album Only
Jagaao Mere Des Ko A.R. Rahman, Suchi & Blaaze 6:45 USD Album Only
Soz O Salaam A.R. Rahman, Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan, Murtuza Mustafa, Qadir Mustafa, Rabbani Mustafa, Hasan Musta & Faiz Mustafa 5:09 USD Album Only

Reviews For Coke Studio India Season 3: Episode 1 By Artist A.R. Rahman


    By Subhuu
    beautiful soul wrenching songs.
  • Awesome

    By DevaduraiS
    Pure bliss
  • What an album

    By Mob1234r
    Can't stop listening. What a fusion.
  • Too good

    By kekarot
    All the songs are just more magic by A.R.Rahman,once you hear them it keeps playing on your head rest of the time.
  • Mind Blowing!!!!

    By Vino Varghese
    ARR I presume was looking for a challenge and he has challenged himself to come out with some mesmerizing compositions. The legend is great!!!!
  • Why album?

    By Akafauji
    Why can't I buy a single song? Instead of the whole album?
  • Incredible

    By Prash Krish J
    Fusion at its best!! Rahman weaves eclectic vocals (Hindustani, Carnatic) , sounds (Indian classical tunes on a guitar) and beats into engaging, soulful songs.
  • Spellbinding

    By Aeroabhi
    This is a fantastic compilation of songs from A.R. Rahman

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