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Aman Hayer - Nachdi De EP (Out Now)

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Moviebox presents Aman Hayer's new EP 'Nachdi De', featuring Angrej Ali & K S Makhan. Includes the long-awaited Desi remix of Tharti Hilde and Kalli Kite Mil. Releases November 13th 2009.


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Out now priced £4.99

1 - Nachdi De

2 - Gabroo De Bullan Utte

3 - Je Naal Nachega Tu

4 - Tharthi Hildi Desi Mix

5 - Ik Vari Remix

6 - Chak Dow Ge Remix

7 - Kalli Kitteh Remix

8 - Je Naal Nachega Remix

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alli b 2
-1 #26 alli b 2 2010-01-05 14:15
aman hayer is just so boring and shit it getting boring now. for [censored] sake stay out of the vids mate

this guy mite be what ever people see him as but trust me if got rid of his fake shit and listen to main strwam music u cant stop liking it bhangra is so lame now its same old shit. a ali is crap and a monkey with dura batteries bouncing on stage like a twat. see him at mela it was shit as he was miming the tune and wasnt even in timing. 4 gwt it mate go bk to india matety with aman hayer
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Sukh
0 #25 Sukh 2009-11-14 15:12
The album is out now.

Try buying it off itunes and other download outlets as the CD version in my opinion is a joke as you are paying £5 for two new songs with the others being remixes etc.
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DPX
0 #24 DPX 2009-11-08 20:39
Great song! There's always something different in Aman Hayer's usual production even though he uses the same background beat in every song! Chak de Aman Hayer! Full support! :)
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Mr Wolf
-3 #23 Mr Wolf 2009-11-08 17:43
Talent or not. The FACT remains. This is repetition.

Again now you're making assumptions. I listened to Aman Hayer's music for years before this tripe. Bhangra Soldiers Release Date: 2000. Deja Vu Release Date: 2002

Is 9 years what you call quick to knock talent. That's what you call quick right?
Again now you assume that I've not listened to his back catalogue. I know what he is capable of and I know this doesn't measure up.

I'm not going to hand out kudos to producers because producing music is difficult. That shouldn't come into it when you're listening to music. Especially music from someone as well respected and as versed in music as Aman. You just expect better.

You can systematically break it down if you like. Make my day.
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MR51NGH
+1 #22 MR51NGH 2009-11-08 15:47
Quoting Mr Wolf:
Oh god, given that the vast majority of people that listen to bhangra nowadays describe every track as "SIK," you actually think it's a "challenge" for someone like Aman Hayer to please these people


So you assume that the vast majority of people that use this type of language buy the albums? If I were to make a logical assumption, I would have thought the majority of people who actually purchase music have some respect for music. The problem is, most actually download music. So you have made an assumption as to whom the purchasers are. Remove the assumptions and opinions from your argument, because they do not stand ground against facts.
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MR51NGH
0 #21 MR51NGH 2009-11-08 15:46
Quoting Mr Wolf:
Fact is this. You and many others are seriously content with what you're given. You forgive artists for repetition because you feel they've done enough in the past, so you turn a blind eye.


Where in my argument have I implied that I like the song. My original argument was with the fact that you had written down lyrics, stated how silly they were to read, and then asked why do people enjoy this song?
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MR51NGH
+2 #20 MR51NGH 2009-11-08 15:45
Quoting Mr Wolf:
Are you going to sit there and pretend you haven't heard this song in a different shape or form before? Yet you're still going to get excited by. How many more giddah, daru, club, jatt and girl songs is it going to take?

How many repetitive beats with they have to churn out for you to realise?

Are you really that blind and deaf?


Again, I didn't actually say I enjoyed this track. However, I appreciate Aman Hayer’s talent (how many artist do you know that have mastered so many instrument?).
The problem with you, and much of the industry, is you knock down people with talent too quickly. Aman Hayer has produced some iconic material. He is respected by living legends. The track he has produced is part of his trade mark sound. If he were trying pitch this song so differently, why would he include ' Je Naal Nachunga' in his video?
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MR51NGH
0 #19 MR51NGH 2009-11-08 15:43
Quoting Mr Wolf:
Please free feel to explain to me how:

- this track is different to any other he's produced.

- that Angrez Ali sings about something that doesn't get sung about numerous times in the year, let alone the whole back catalogue of bhangra.


If you knew anything about bhangra (or indeed music), you will know that the record label is normally responsible for the lyrics and assigned singers.

Here is the impression I have of you. You are quick to knock down talent. Chances are, if they do produce something new, you will knock that too. You do not appreciate how difficult it is to produce music or play an instrument. You confuse facts with opinion, and aggregate a small minority of people to form an impression of a wider society.

If you really want me to systematically dismantle your argument further, please reply.
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Mr Wolf
0 #18 Mr Wolf 2009-11-08 12:27
Oh god, given that the vast majority of people that listen to bhangra nowadays describe every track as "SIK," you actually think it's a "challenge" for someone like Aman Hayer to please these people.

Fact is this. You and many others are seriously content with what you're given. You forgive artists for repetition because you feel they've done enough in the past, so you turn a blind eye.

Are you going to sit there and pretend you haven't heard this song in a different shape or form before? Yet you're still going to get excited by it.

How many more giddah, daru, club, jatt and girl songs is it going to take?

How many repetitive beats with they have to churn out for you to realise?

Are you really that blind and deaf?

Please free feel to explain to me how:

- this track is different to any other he's produced.

- that Angrez Ali sings about something that doesn't get sung about numerous times in the year, let alone the whole back catalogue of bhangra.
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MR51NGH
0 #17 MR51NGH 2009-11-07 22:29
Mr Wolf

Well, you have twisted my point. My point is, if Aman Hayer can produce a track that the vast majority of people enjoy, then he has succeeded in his greatest challenge. By hit, I refer to the benchmark one sets to achieve, or at least, track (normally the charts?!).


"Just because it is a hit, it doesn't make it a good song". Ok.

A song becomes a hit because most people enjoy the track, purchase it, thus allowing it to achieve the top place in the charts. You are confusing your opinion with fact.

With regards to simple minds - sort out your English before replying.
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Mr Wolf
-1 #16 Mr Wolf 2009-11-07 21:43
Quoting MR51NGH:

'Umbrella, ella, ella, eh, eh" Sounds stupid when you read it, still made a huge song across the globe.

People like you shouldn't be allowed to voice an opinion. Why , you ask? Because they're pointless and make no sense!

Also, why do you swear to get your points across?


You know which other song was a hit? The Teletubies song. Oh yeh, since that was a hit maybe it was a good song right? Would you blast it? Would you mind Aman Hayer coming out with a kiddie song like that?

I thought not.

Just because it's a hit doesn't make it a good song. It just shows you don't need to do alot to please people like you. Simple things amuse simple minds.

So you say I say pointless things and also ask why I swear to make my point in the same message. Well done genius.

Again it's because of idiots like you that bhangra is dying.
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MR51NGH
0 #15 MR51NGH 2009-11-07 20:41
Quoting Mr Wolf:
Nachdi de
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Annoying isn't it? So why is it good in a f**king song?

I literally cracked up listening to that preview.



'Umbrella, ella, ella, eh, eh" Sounds stupid when you read it, still made a huge song across the globe.

People like you shouldn't be allowed to voice an opinion. Why , you ask? Because they're pointless and make no sense!

Also, why do you swear to get your points across?
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