Well, I can't help but agree it's a catchy good album, ***however*** when I ordered it I was after an example of traditional bhangra.
So as a bit of extra info for anyone else thinking of getting this album here's an excerpt from inside the cover:
"Bhangra has been evolving in the UK for over three decades now, and has become a pioneering and exciting new style of music.
Whilst Bhangra is originally a form of folk music from Northern India, the new style of British Bhangra, which is what is represented on this album, is radical new sound which draws on a large spectrum of musical influences. Representing the breadth and depth of the genre, the tracks on Bhangra Fever " are certainly the most in-depth look at the world of Bhangra ever put on one album.
Tracks such as ........ are all fine examples of "traditional" in your face Bhangra dance tracks. Listen to these tracks and you'll discover a rhythm that's infectious and distinctive as reggae.
...... oush the genre towards Euro-Beat influences, whilst ..... and .... are magical collusions of Bhangra and Rap. ..... and .... take Bhangra firmly into the House arena. "
So as I said, good album, but anyone looking for folk music for reference or dancing and will find it VERY VERY clubby and western and modern in places. If you want your bhangra without clips and strong influences of british pop and club scene then you probably want to look elsewhere. If you are happy with fusion then it's great.