RealWorld Releasing Joi In January

Van Vleck, Philip
December 2000
Billboard;12/23/2000, Vol. 112 Issue 52, p27
Trade Publication
Reports on the release of the album 'We Are Three,' by Asian music duo Joi. Impact of the death of Haroon Shamsher on his brother and music partner Farook Shamsher; How much of the work on the album was done by Haroon; Details of the marketing strategy being employed by RealWorld.


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