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Googoosh discography

Studio Albums

Year Persian Title English Title Lyrics Composer
Lahzeh Bidari
1970 Do Panjareh Two Windows Ardalan Sarafraz
Iraj Janati Ataei
Hassan Shamaizadeh
Parviz Atabaki
Babak Afshar
1971 Mordab The Swamp Hassan Shamaizadeh
1972 Hamsafar Co Traveler Varoojan
1972 Kooh The Mountain Ardalan Sarfaraz Hassan Shamaizadeh
1974 Do Mahi Two Fishes Shahyar Ghanbari Varoojan
Babak Afshar
1975 Mosabbeb (with Dariush) Babak Bayat
1975 Pol The Bridge Zoya Zakarian Varoojan
1977 Dar Emtedâde Šab Along the Night Iraj Janati Ataei Babak Bayat
1978 Ageh Bemooni Ageh Namooni If You Stay Shahyar Ghanbari Esfandiar Monfared Zadeh
Parviz Atabaki
Babak Afshar
1989 Nimeh Gomshodeh Man My Lost Half Shahyar Ghanbari
1984 Behtarin Fasl-e-Taazeh The Best Fresh Season Iraj Janati Ataei Farid Zaland
1990 Jadeh The Road Ardalan Sarafraz
Iraj Janati Ataei
Hassan Shamaizadeh
Parviz Atabaki
1990 Kavir The Desert Ardalan Sarafraz
Iraj Janati Ataei
Hassan Shamaizadeh
1993 Yadam Basheh, Yadet Basheh (Shenasnameyeh 1)
1995 Mann O Gonjeshkayeh Khoneh Me and Sparoows of the Home Hassan Shamaizadeh
1996 Setaareh The Star Shahyar Ghanbari Esfandiar Monfared Zadeh
Babak Afshar
2000 Zartosht Zoroaster Nosrat Farzaneh Babak Amini
Babak Bayat
2000 Asheghaneh Love Songs
2003 QQ Bang Bang QQ Bang Bang Zoya Zakarian Mehrdad Asemani
2004 Akharin Khabar Last News Zoya Zakarian
Shahyar Ghanbari
Mehrdad Asemani
2004 Snapshot by Mehrdad Asemani (3 duets: Nasleh Man (Our Generation), Setaareh Ay Setaareh (The Tape's Head And Tail), and Fairyland on Fire) Mehrdad Asemani
2005 Manifest Shahyar Ghanbari Mehrdad Asemani
2008 Shabe sepid Alec Cartino Mehrdad Asemani
2010 Green X

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