Iran's pop music revolution

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Iran's pop music industry is undergoing a revival, three decades after it was virtually killed off by the Islamic Revolution.

Artists are rushing to release new albums, despite restrictions imposed by the government.

But some musicians feel they are compromising their artistic freedom in order to get permission to release their music.

Mohsen Asgari reports.

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