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Apps-Google-Music-Metro-iconSong: Separuh Aku by NOAH (2012) from the album Seperti Seharusnya. Visitors can listen to the Featured Song by clicking the play button above.

Noah (former name Peterpan) is an Indonesian alternative rock and pop rock band. The band originally consisted of five members, known as Ariel (Nazril Irham), Uki, Loekman, David and Reza. Andika and Indra split from the band in 2006. David joined the band in 2008 bringing new color to their music. They are well known in Indonesia for their simple (sometimes poetic) lyrics, catchy beats and Ariel’s voice.

The band decided to rename itself Noah starting 2 August 2012. For The choice of the name denotes to the longevity of the Biblical and Qur’anic figure Noah. The former name Peterpan Ban also denoted lomgevity and everlasting youth as well. To emphasize the change of name promotional materials and some releases were called Noah Known as Peterpan Band
Ariel (Nazril Irham), Uki, Reza, Lukman and David released a new album called Suara Lainnya. It launched in a private concert dubbed “Konser Tanpa Nama,” or the “Concert Without a Name,” as they haven’t settled on a new name yet. Suara Lainnya is the band’s first instrumental album, and it contains 11 tracks. All but one of them were taken from the group’s previous albums and recomposed in a different style with some ethnic and classic touches. The group collaborated with other musicians, including a traditional Sundanese music group, Karinding Attack, who added some ethnic flare. Indonesian violin maestro Idris Sardi added a classical touch in “Taman Langit,” as did violinist Hendry Lamiri in several other tracks. The instrumental concert is said to be the first of its kind in Indonesia.

On 15–16 September 2012, Noah had a concert in, Melbourne, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, and finally ended in Jakarta. Here, they have broken their second MURI Record: Concert in 2 Continents, 5 Countries in 24 hours, after their first MURI Record: COncert 6 cities in 24 Hours in 2004. At the same day, they also released their new album called Seperti Seharusnya. The album had sold more than 200,000 copies in just 3 days. As by December 2012, the following album copies have reached around more than 1,300,000 copies. By 19 February 2013, Noah received a Multi-Platinum Awards from Musica Studio’s & Swara Sagkar Emas. –wikipedia

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