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Immortal Productions New Album Chaurasi 84 Out July 5th

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jus fot the cd the morning specialist n tru skool tune is wikid but im loving ik bhindranwale

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what happened was bad, but its been over 25 years now yet we still have not gotten over it.

God's 2nd name is to forgive but we still haven't forgiven them, we still continue to keep it in our head which just develops hate towards hindus.

Hate is opposite of God, ok. Ego is hate. God is love, which side do you want to be on? You choose.

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Remember the money that goes from the cd goes back straight into parchaar- parchaar that is blatently seen accross the uk, be it literature, more cds, tops, societies, kids camp or stuff in india - please try TO PURCHASE a copy and support the cause, if everyone downloaded it then the SEVA would be CUT DOWN due to lack of money. . . so i hope everyone purchases a copy

THE LYRICS OF THE CD ARE TOTALLY WICKED AND STRAIGHT TO THE POINT.

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The best Album since the 1st 3 full or energy and inspiration ,thank you to all those producers involved and thank you to IP for this latest seva they have done for the nation.

Please report any illegal downloads/torrents to info@shaheedi.com this album cannot be downloaded illegaly due to the amount of sheer work that has gone in to it ,in under 3 months and due to the type of album it is,it is only right that this album is purchased from IP

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what happened was bad, but its been over 25 years now yet we still have not gotten over it.

God's 2nd name is to forgive but we still haven't forgiven them, we still continue to keep it in our head which just develops hate towards hindus.

Hate is opposite of God, ok. Ego is hate. God is love, which side do you want to be on? You choose.

Forgiveness for the Genocide and Desscration of 1984 does not exist in my book just as it did not exist for those tyrants and paapis tracked down and killed by Banda Singh Bahadur.25 yrs.... this is just the begining India will not know what will shake it like when Beant Singh,Satwant Singh,Jinda Sukha and others did their seva

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KITHE IK VARI FIR JAIL'CHO OUDJAHEY HAWARA

A line who we can all relate to stands out for me,as it mentions modern Sikh Fighters

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Remember the money that goes from the cd goes back straight into parchaar- parchaar that is blatently seen accross the uk, be it literature, more cds, tops, societies, kids camp or stuff in india - please try TO PURCHASE a copy and support the cause, if everyone downloaded it then the SEVA would be CUT DOWN due to lack of money. . . so i hope everyone purchases a copy

THE LYRICS OF THE CD ARE TOTALLY WICKED AND STRAIGHT TO THE POINT.

Picked up a copy on Sun and couldn't agree any more. Solid production and an album that has something in it for everyone :p

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What a noise...

Here, for anyone who wants the real deal, modern day hip-hop/jungle/pop/bhangra mixed music will always sound 2nd rate next to the 6th Masters - Sri Guru Hargobind Sahibs own introduced/gifted tradition - Dhan Dhan Sache Patshah - Shakti aur Bhagti de Malik :

http://www.dhadikavishr.com/index.php

PS no need to start a hot debate, I am only stating my opinion and promoting a real Sikh tradition - we are already seeing a massive resurgence in Gurmat Sangeet - and the decline of Filmi Kirtan, we now need to apply the same effort to promote Dhadi Parampara in its pure form again - rather than polluting/fusing it with this disco music. This is exactly how many beautiful folk traditions got lost in the embarresment of the newly invented musical genre known as bhangra.

Those who like this music, fair enough, your choice - I am simply posting this for those that are more interesting in learning about, listening to and promoting our Gurus Rvaaj.

Cheers.

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If you want to slander the music and great seva don't comment,the Gurus would have also used the instruments we have today if they were in human form Sikhs are not stuck in a time warp while it is good to be traditional we should also move with the times and promote our history to our youth who frankly find the old type of Sikh Sangeet boring I don't blame them to be honest IP music has changed the lives of soo many youths and made some even grow their hair and take amrit

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I'm not slandering anything, I simply stated my opinion on the music (as you had done) and showed a better/extant alternative - to learn about the same issues, as well as older ithihaas - a tradition defined, perfected and given to us for this very purpose by the 6th Master.

The Gurus didn't use second rate music or instruments - they used the best that was available i.e. Shaastri/Haveli Sangeet in Dhrupadi style alongside true and relavant folk traditions, they also invented or redesigned the Saaj that they used - which were perfect for the deliverance of Vira Rasa and Shant Rasa.

For you to prophesize what they would do if they were here today is pure egocentric hogwash.

For you to taint the nucleus of Gurbani - kirtan, in the style that the Gurus themselves sang in, amounts to blasphemy.

Are all other Sikh traditions stuck in a time warp too.... should we neglect the many rehits, the dress code and even Gurmukhi...

Your comment about youth finding traditonal Sikh Music boring is a lie - the resurgence amongst 'educated' youth is strong and growing everyday - their are Gurmat Sangeet academies in the US, CA and UK, as well as many in India - youth have access to resources and education - and are discovering how do-gooders have/are degenerating our beautiful traditions.

The Dhadi tradition is also slowly growing with UK youth starting to learn the puratan parsangs and vaaran....

Good luck to you and Dya Singh of Australia generation.

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Anyway - the cd is awesome and i hope everyone buys it - the lyrics are very good and deep and to the point.

if you bothered listening to the cd or buying it then you will realise the sarngi dhadh and other instruments are played throughout the tracks - which is positive.

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