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Indy Sagu - Reincarnated (Exclusive Promos) - Out 03.10.08!

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2008 welcomes the ground breaking release of Reincarnated the album from Indy Sagu; this 13 track rollercoaster ride will blow your socks off.  

The very appropriate name signifies the re-birth of this artist on both a personal and professional level. The passed few years have been pivotal to this artist’s development and now, here he stands prepared to astound his audience with this more significant release.

The album presents equally amazing and upbeat tracks; a sure-footed follow up to the Debut and Indystructable, it showcases production to a pristine level, the ability to fuse modern genres of music with the old and portrays popular forms of music in a way that is suited to today’s audience. The album itself an absolute masterpiece, not only encompasses the personal journey taken by this artist; it embraces his ability to display refinement of sound, vast taste, and communicates on a personal level.

One is pleasantly surprised by the refreshing lyrical content of the songs, each one so different yet equal to the one before. It sees the return of iconic lyricists such as Bhoota Pardesi, Surjit [Anakhi], Kumar [Heera]; for all of those who were crazy about bhangra back in the day will be aware that these voices dominated the music market in truly unique fashion.

The everlasting impression is one of ‘its so more-ish’; one cannot help but be overwhelmed by the sudden urgency to want to re-play the album allowing the listener to fully grasp the totality of it.

It is clear from the outset that Sagu has spent ample time experimenting and exploring different genres of music. The beats are heavy and if you enjoy the base line these tracks are a must have for your collection.

The everlasting impression is one of ‘its so more-ish’; one cannot help but be overwhelmed by the sudden urgency to want to re-play the album allowing the listener to fully grasp the totality of it.

The opening track; a hip-hop desi hard hitting killer, showcases the vocal ability of N S Chauhan, the lyrical content speaks for itself, the production is superb, this track is just as expected, you will definitely want seconds!

Surjit [Anakhi] too has something amazing to offer, the lyrical content is serious and refreshing and the ragga beat compliments this in its entirety. It is good to hear such a unique voice such as Surjit’s, to call this album anything short of exceptional would be criminal, this album exhibits the tremendous feat achieved by this artist.

The album although not devoted to the garage scene consists of one track comprising the individuality this artist has to offer. Immersed with the vocals of Binder and certainly enhanced by G.I. Jatt and Saab Sembhi’s MC-ing, this song ties up the album nicely, there is certainly something on the release for everyone.

As if that were not enough, Sagu delves deeper and showcases his skills and ability to produce hip hop to perfection with an amazing track, a duet featuring the vocal talents of Manjit Gill and a female [unknown] is just out of this world, big beats, funky guitar, great vocals, all the ingredients of a great track.

Jeeta Jaildar shows off his vocal ability on a hard hitting house track that is guaranteed to get you on your feet; this is definitely a club smasher.

N S Chauhan’s second track is a hip hop desi one, offering you all the desi elements tumbi, dhol, dholki, with a hip hop beat that will make you jump to your feet, a serious force to be reckoned with.

It is clear from the outset that Sagu has spent ample time experimenting and exploring different genres of music. The beats are heavy and if you enjoy the base line these tracks are a must have for your collection.

The production performed entirely by the man himself, his persistence to keep everything his own makes this album stand out from the rest. The simplicity of the vocal arrangements, and melodies work well, neither track feels as though it should not be there. If there is one album you should get let this be the one, you will not be disappointed!

 



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kidda kaur
0 #69 kidda kaur 2008-11-19 14:44
i like it alott...:-)...
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sher panjabi
0 #68 sher panjabi 2008-11-08 18:20
all about binder bolian...bruahh hhhhhh kills it in the clubs
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Guest
0 #67 Guest 2008-11-04 22:10
i liked it, he made ordinary songs looks really good. Don\'t know why people are hating oh his cd. In my opinion it\'s better than d unit 2
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eh
0 #66 eh 2008-11-04 01:56
good production weak vocalists, improved alot just really weak vocalists, poor waste of production
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Tutti
0 #65 Tutti 2008-10-11 13:56
Ive Been waitin for did album since last year and now it is officially out i cant wait to get

The Binder Boliyaan Is Gonna sik
i love all these and the Kamlee grime wid da RDB manj singnig im definatly gonna by dis
I would of liked more garage
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rav
0 #64 not bad actuallyrav 2008-10-10 18:55
its actually quite baad, gadru top dha is a wicked tune,,,

anaki messed up goli senay vicho a potential hit with crap vocals, but production and lyrics are awesome.

boota track is also a good tune, geeta zalidhar smashed it with jawani.

y even bother with kumar, it sounds like a 60\'s tune from a hindi film, but i suppose there\'s a market for such tracks. lol

overall good production good tunes but no powerful singers :unsure:
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bin sag
0 #63 bin sag 2008-10-06 17:33
after all that wait, i thought he wud have improved the tracks compared to all the promo feedback, :evil:
no wonder there is no promotion for this album, what a waste of s anakhi, boota par[censored], etc
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Guest
0 #62 Guest 2008-10-06 07:42
funny how it was labelled \"out soon\" since mid last yr! LOOOOOL :D
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maz
0 #61 maz 2008-10-05 23:56
omg its finally out - its better than his last one, indystructable, nothing major though, anyone else got it/listened to it?
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Guest
0 #60 Guest 2008-10-03 00:23
sounds crap!!!
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farts aka Pads
0 #59 farts aka Pads 2008-09-27 22:44
Now its coming out 3rd October just release it u pagal
P.S Love Da tunes
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?
0 #58 ? 2008-09-27 05:21
Promos sound sh*t!
Think this might just be his ultimate downfall!
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