Originally Posted by Hypertension
What you did was an honest mistake, so no offense taken. But it isn't really such a good idea though, as it is sort of offensive.
Islamic naats/nasheeds can be found in many places, nasheeds are most famous as the English ones are called nasheeds, mainly because Arabic is the main Islamic language in the USA, not Urdu like Britian. Yusuf Islam, formerly called Cat Stevens, does them, although he has somewhat controversially moved back to popular music again, and does use instruments sometimes.
There are also a lot of more traditional Urdu naats. These ones are the ones that are often read (read is the proper word for naats, as they are poetry with rhythm like a song) in the Mosques I go to. Some of them are from the twelth century!