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1 Hit The Dhol
2 Let's Dance
6 Yeh Hi Hai Wo
7 Rock And Dhol
8 Electro Blues
9 Nava Nava
11 Let's Dance (Sidelmann Club Mix)
5 track bundle tracklisting:
1 Rock Tha Party
2 Ari Ari (Part 2)
3 Sajna Ve
4 Amazin' Girl
When Naf & Thomas met up in 2003 in Denmark they had no idea how
their musical collaboration would soon spread to the rest of the world.
First track recorded was ”Ari Ari”. Soon followed by ”Sexy mama” and
the smash hit ”Rock Tha Party”.
Their debut album ”Introducing…” was released in 32 countries in
2005/2006, and they became Superstars in India
overnight. “Introducing…” was followed up in 2007 with their
sophomore album ”Crash And Burn” with hits like ”Kushi” and ”Out of
In 2008 the guys featured on the smash hit ”Nach Lay” by the rap duo
Overseas. For the last two years Bombay Rockers have been working
hard on their third album while touring all over India. They’ve taken on
the challenge of reinventing their sound and style once again, and
finally the result is ready to see the light of day.
The album is titled ”Rock And Dhol”. It’s a mixture of electronic, pop
and dance music.
First single ”Let’s dance” pretty much sums up what Bombay Rockers is
all about. The song has an addictive party groove and will surely fill the
dance floor in no time. The music video was shot in a metro train in
Copenhagen. Besides Bombay Rockers it features 4 talented dancers
and a small love story between a guy and a girl. The video is
very different in its structure and style, and once again Bombay
Rockers make sure to stand out from the crowd.
Other highlights on the ”Rock and Dhol” album is ”Thewa”. An old
Punjabi folk song reworked in Bombay Rockers unique style. ”Nasha”
which sticks out with the serious subject of feeling lost and struggling
with addiction. ”Ishq” another floor filler and ”Chakki Jah” which ends
the album on an electronic high note.
Bombay Rockers are once again ready to ”Rock and Dhol”. Are