Hotline (Nazia and Zohaib Hassan album)
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|Released||1 January 1987 |
24 November 1987
|Genre||Pakistani pop, Indi-pop|
Hotline was the fourth studio album from the Pakistani pop duo of Nazia and Zoheb (Nazia Hassan and Zohaib Hassan), released in 1987. It was produced by the Indian producer Biddu. Along with several other albums from Biddu and the Hassan duo, its success in India contributed to the creation of the Indi-pop market. It was also released in the United Kingdom in 1987. It was the best-selling album of the duo after Disco Deewane.
- Telephone Pyar - Nazia Hassan & Zahra Hassan
- Hum Aurr Tum - Nazia Hassan & Zoheb Hassan
- Soja - Zoheb Hassan & Zahra Hassan
- Aan Haan - Nazia Hassan
- Khubsorat - Zoheb Hassan
- Teri Yaad - Nazia Hassan
- Paisa - Zoheb Hassan
- Dharti Hamari - Zoheb Hassan
- Ajnabi - Nazia Hassan
- Number Ek - Zoheb Hassan
- Hamaisha - Nazia Hassan
- Kaam Kaam Kaam (CD Release only) - Zoheb Hassan
- Dosti - Nazia Hasaan & Zohaib Hassan
- Zohaib Hassan
- Sabir Zafar
- Nazia Hassan
- Zohaib Hassan
- "Hotline by Nazia Hassan on Apple Music". iTunes. Apple Inc. Retrieved 30 November 2017.
- Sheikh, M. A. (2012). Who’s Who: Music in Pakistan. Xlibris Corporation. p. 192. ISBN 9781469191591. Search this book on
- Gopal, Sangita; Moorti, Sujata (2008). Global Bollywood: Travels of Hindi Song and Dance. University of Minnesota Press. p. 99. ISBN 9780816645787. Search this book on
- "Bombay: The City Magazine". Bombay: The City Magazine. Living Media India. 9 (8–15): 93. 1987.
- Nazia Hassan And Zoheb Hassan – Hotline at Discogs
- The Herald - Volume 38, Issues 7-9 2007 "It would not be amiss to say that music was never the same again after "Aap Jaisa Koi..." Over the next several years Nazia and Zoheb continued to rock not just the Pakistani but also the Indian disco scene; Disco Deewane that broke sales records across the subcontinent was followed by four more albums - Boom Boom, Young Tarang, Hotline and Camera Camera - released between 1982 and 1992. They were also pioneering enough to release videos of their tracks — another first."
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