Bally Sagoo, a producer who appeared on Top of The Pops in 1996, is back with a new track. Thori Ji Kori is Bally's first new track since Hanji, which was released in 2004.
All of Bally's past albums have been innovative and exciting. I've been listening to Thori Ji Kori since its release and I'm disappointed. It's a standard house track that lacks the edge of Bally's previous work. It's good, but I had expected more from a producer who leads where others follow.
There are 3 other versions of Thori Ji Kori. The Bombay Bronx mix features the vocals of Rimi Dhar. Like the original version, it lacks something that makes it a good track. There is also a clean version for listeners who might be offended.
The UK Nach Step mix is better than the original version. There is some lovely rich bass and the vocals are mixed in well. But there are many good dubstep producers around making similar tracks and so it doesn't stand out as it should.
Thori Ji Kori is taken from Bally's forthcoming album Future Shock which should be out soon. Hopefully the other tracks on the album will be better than Thori Ji Kori.