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Sami Yusuf  Hasbi Rabbi   buy on itunes
Yusuf Islam  A Is for Allah   buy on itunes
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan  Allah Hoo Allah Hoo   buy on itunes
Zain Bhikha  Labbaik   buy on itunes
Dawud Wharnsby  Takbir (Days of Eid)   buy on itunes
Seven 8 Six (786)  Nasheed Medley   buy on itunes
Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan  Ni Main Jana Jogi de Naal   buy on itunes
Raihan  99 Names   buy on itunes
Sabri Brothers & Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan  Mera Piya Ghar Aaya   buy on itunes
Hafiz Sami  Seni Kim Görse   buy on itunes
Mesut Kurtis  Burdah   buy on itunes
Outlandish  Look Into My Eyes   buy on itunes
Native Deen  M-U-S-L-I-M   buy on itunes
Muhanmmad Reehan Qadri Kanchwala  Ya Taiba   buy on itunes
Maher Zain & Irfan Makki  Allahi Allah Kiya Karo (feat. Irfan Makki)   buy on itunes
Noor  Salla Allahu 'Ala Muhammad   buy on itunes
Shaam  Adhan - Call to Prayer   buy on itunes
Nader Khan  Allahu   buy on itunes
Yahya Soyyigit  Yesil Kubbe   buy on itunes


Its disciples invented modern mathematics and built the Taj Mahal; though its holy book, the Qur'an, differs from both the Bible and the Torah, its followers worship the same Supreme Being as the Christians and the Jews; its believers make up nearly a quarter of the people on planet Earth. And because no one style of song can capture Islam's breadth, we're taking a tour across the globe — not to mention a sweeping range of music — to bring you a taste of this faith's sound, in all its colors. What better place to begin than with the traditional "Adhan - Call to Prayer," rendered daily in mosques across the globe, and cut live at the world-famous Abbey Road studios by Shaam? In a sort of [i]qawwali[/i] supergroup, the Sabri Brothers team up with Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan on the love devotional "Mera Piya Ghar Aaya," written by 18th-century Punjabi poet Bulleh Shah. But faith isn't to be found only in a mosque, and prayers are sometimes served up to our fellow man, as the multi-ethnic, multi-religious Danish band Outlandish proves in the politically charged hip-hop of "Look Into My Eyes," with its plea for tolerance and understanding. From Yusuf Islam to Nancy Ajram, we bring you many sounds from many places — geographically [i]and[/i] spiritually — as we pay tribute to the world's fastest-growing religion.
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