Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande starts with Siddharth-Suhas composed Naina wali whiskey dul dul jave, sung by Shahid Malliya. The song, though nothing new in it, can be quite addictive if given a little time. A typical Punjabi dance number.
The next song, Desi Jat Posse, sung by Mahi with Suhas, is again a typical Punjabi number with some twists added to it. The song sounds fine, but the original version may be a little low for a dance number, but then that is taken care of by the remix.
Dhruv Dhalla’s Mast Kalandar with some funny Punjabi lyrics and easy addictive music again has potential to become popular.
Siddharth-Suhas’s next, Door na jaana sounds like a level above other songs of the album. The song, with a nice melody has some nice arrangements as well and Suhas chooses to sing this one himself. The only song with no Punjabi touch, in both lyrics and music, quite stands out here anyway.
Dhruv’s next, Baraf mein tension milake pee ja, is another tapori-style dance number with not much of Punjabi. Likeable.
The last song of Siddharth-Suhas, Thap denge sung by Master Saleem, is not really an impressive composition, but Saleem’s voice puts some life in the song nonetheless, making the song okay to listen to.
The last song of the album is a composition of Master Mahavir Chopra, who sings his composition Oh Lalaji himself, with lyrics from Late Lakshmichand. This one, with very real village-like music and arrangements, sounds like a Bhajan in Haryanvi style of Hindi. Please let me know if I am wrong here.
Overall, Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande is not really something new, but works on old patterns, most of it Punjabi, with some experiments in some places, and gives an okay, listenable result.