Vital Signs were a Pakistan pop and rock band formed in Rawalpindi in 1986. Since their formation, they became Pakistan's first and most commercially successful as well as critically acclaimed act. The band's popular lineup consisted of keyboardist Rohail Hyatt, bassist Shahzad Hasan, guitarist Nusrat Hussain and vocalist Junaid Jamshed.
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Vital Signs 2 was the second album of the Pakistani band Vital Signs released in 1991. All music composed by Vital Signs. All songs written by Shoaib Mansoor. All information is taken from the CD. Vital Signs. Junaid Jamshed - vocals. Rohail Hyatt - keyboard, backing vocals. Shehzad Hasan - bass guitars. Rizwan-ul-Haq - lead guitars. Produced by Rohail Hyatt. Recorded, Mixed & Mastered at EMI Studios in Karachi, Pakistan. Vital Signs - A Personal History by NFP. Vital Signs 2nd album.
Vital Signs is the second album by the Christian rock band White Heart and the band's first with vocalist Scott Douglas. Sing Unto The Lamb" (Billy Smiley, Dann Huff, Mark Gersmehl) – 3:15. Vital Signs" (Smiley, Gersmehl, Huff, Gary Lunn) – 3:50. We Are His Hands" (Gersmehl) – 4:13. Billy Smiley - piano, acoustic guitar, backing vocals, lead vocals (9), arrangements. David Huff - drums, percussion. Gary Lunn - bass guitars. Dann Huff - rhythm and lead guitars, guitar solo (2, 4, 8, 9), acoustic guitar, lead vocals (3-7), arrangements.
Vital Signs went on to record their album at the EMI Studios in Karachi. In March 1989, the released their debut album, Vital Signs 1. Junoon formed in 1990 when Salman Ahmad, founder and lead guitarist, had a dream one of his teachers shook him. Junoon were not a success, the band members struggled for the first few years. Their self-titled debut album, recorded at the EMI Studios in Karachi barely made a dent in the Pakistani music industry when released in September 1991. After the release of their album, Nusrat Hussain parted ways with the band to pursue his own career as a solo singer . Hum Tum was the fourth studio album of the Pakistani band Vital Signs released in January 1995. This was the last studio album released by the band after which Junaid Jamshed, vocalist of the band, went on to pursue a career as a sol. mage: Hum Tum Cover.
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