So once again PMC makes another attack for the #1 spot in the charts with his latest masterpiece Dhol Jageero Da. This is a guy who never likes to give up and always presents rich quality and complete perfection to what ever style he comes across, whether its Hip-Hop, Jungle, Ragga or Garage etc. This one fully loaded album comes with 10 energetic tracks totally committed to rock the dancefloor and your minds. Hanji Hun Shooroo Kariye?
01. Dhol Jageero Da
Play the album and get ready to shake some bones and get party-ing because making the first move is "Master Saleem" with the title track "Dhol Jageero Da," being backed up by one of the most powerful Dhol sounds ever heard on an album, which is played by Sukhshinder Shinda. The melody of this song actually reminds me of another oldie "Nain Pretto De." This track "Dhol Jageero Da" was recorded way back 2 years ago and now has been released after such a long time and PMC surely proves that his production sounds as new as ever because of this.
02. Kuriya Panjab Diya
Had the dancing? Okey Dokey? Take a breath' listen to the following track: "Kuriya Panjab Diya," No! No! This is not that Daler Mendhi one, this one is by the man again "Master Saleem." The starting of this track felt to me as if its by the Sahotas, because of the Dholoki and Ragga style. But its PMC whose on this one! Sounds great to be played while having a session with the mates in a pub or somewhere.
Seeking more action ? Then turn your ears to this next track which is an "Intro" taken from PMC's previous single "Switch'in," this time its not all that. "So you think you're tough" - has been twisted to "You're just a bunch of amateur's - You really think so," with a deadly scratch of "Yeah" to end the race.
If you've heard Switch'in then you'll definitely know whats up next. Yes, its the mighty garage track "Bheer" by Ranjit Mani with that Kala guy in the back saying "And we gotta do it a lil' something like thisssss." Man, I love this track because the bassline really makes ya feel the vibe big time. Turn this one on while you're cruising and watch your woofers explode.
05. Bach Ke
Wanna dig into more garage? Then take a sip of the next track "Bach Ke," bet you're thinking this one is from "Legalised" with the Knight Rider theme, but not really, this one is an instrumental with only about 7-8 seconds of vocals in the whole track with plenty of Gunshots and Nuff sound Effects.
06. Kori (Giddah)
Hanji, time for some Giddha for the ladies because making her way is "Sarabjit Kaur" with the traditional song "Kori." This time PMC amazed me because I always wondered why he never used a house beat? But the wait is over, after listening to this Desi track because the tempo is in 2 modes (Fast & Slow), which will make your Addi (the heel of your foot) do the tapping along with it.
Now coming back to the Garage flavor for the next track (7th) "Jugni," by the king of folks "Kuldeep Manak." This is again taken from Switch'in but this time the beats are extended to a much more jumpier level and the basslines are just too funky. It sounds like Fashion TV music because the waves keep on changing along with the bass. Really enjoyed it, well wicked. (Warning! This track can blow your system to pieces!)
So next pata ki aa? Its Missy Elliot with "Get Ur Freak On." Not totally! Only a sample of it taken for the this next track "Mahi," by "Master Saleem." This track sounded like a mixed flavour of Jungle & Drum'n'Bass and this track is also co-Produced by the Specialist (UK Underground), another crazy mess making your head spin.
09. Giddeh Wich
Now for those who want to know what scratching is all about, get a load of this one. "Giddeh Wich" (9th), featuring M. Saddiq. Really enjoyed this new style that PMC scratched for the crowd. And along with the light Ragga flavor just made it feel too good!! Great dance track!
10. Scratch Like Me
And finally to end this album its PMC playing the role himself behind the mic singing "Scratch like me." A Hip-Hop Track with plenty of wild things happening and 'nuff scratches to lay the other DJ's down.
As PMC told me himself, this is a bit like his past album "100% Proof" but I'm here to say that this is much better. Every track is just too perfect and for those who haven't bought it yet, then I got something to say: What the hell are you waiting for? Go get this album right now!
10/10 just too wicked!!!
10/10 just too wicked!!!