Overload _ Pichal Pairee (Witch) - Pakistani Band





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Uploaded on May 12, 2010

Song: Pichal Pairee
Band: Overload
Album: Pichal Pairee
Country of origin: Pakistan


Meera "Meesha" Rahman - vocals, backing vocals
Farhad Humayun - drums
Sheraz Siddiq - keyboards
Mahmood Rahman - guitar

Hassan Mohyeddin - percussions
Pappu Sain - dhol
Jhoora Sain - dhol

Nasir Sain - dhol
Kaala Sain - dhol
Ustaad Allah Lok - pakhawaj
Jaffer Hussain - clarinet

Overload is a rock/fusion band originating from Lahore, Pakistan, formed in 2004. The band are directed by founder and drummer Farhad Humayun. Since their inception, the group has released two albums, one self-titled, released in 2006 and Pichal Pairee (literally 'feet attached backwards' in Urdu), released on 14 August 2009. The first album was a No. 1 hit, while the second album, even though released exclusively online for free, still topped the charts locally.

Three songs from their debut album 'Overload' were released as singles: "Cursed", "Dhamaal" and "Storm". Two singles were also released from their second album 'Pichal Pairee'; "Pichal Pairee" and "Mela Kariye". The original line-up consisted of Farhad Humayun, Sheraz Siddiq, Hassan Mohyeddin, Pappu Sain & Jhoora Sain. Pappu Sain, regarded as the greatest Dhol player in the world, left the band due to ill health. Pappue Saeein was suffering from acute diabetes, and claustrophobia, which limited air travel. He was replaced by Nasir Sain. Hassan Mohyeddin exited from the band and pursued an education in Tabla and music roduction.

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