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Avinash Kumar on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 Way back in 2007 when they toured our college it was all jam packed;
various crowds from all places near by have barged in and it was even
difficult to manage the crowd. but i knew this band was not for the popular
masses and as they proceeded with their concert, people started moving out
disappointed. most came hoping to listen kajrare song lol. I personally met
and requested them to play some pink floyd songs and they said "No we don't
do their songs because they don't do ours". I was amused by their reply :p
But boy, when they played this song; it was something very different from
the normal stuff. It was transcendental. And it lasted for like 15 minutes
or maybe even more. and there were very few left in the audience but they
didn't give a flying f**k and neither did we.
Soumava Hazra on Friday, October 21, 2011 @mastbaja...truly appreciate ur point man. India Ocean is the
torchbearer of Indian band music circuit..with the real Indian
niche...no band can match their grit and stuff. Sadly, narrow-minded and
quibbling mindsets in the market don't pay heed to diamonds in the mine and
instead, run for fake, wannabe bands who has no originality and standard
but thrives on Bolly-numbers and cheap stunts to impress the audience.
Music in India is largely 'misinterpreted' and misjudged.
Siddhant Sarkar on Wednesday, June 27, 2012 Indian Ocean is such an amazing band. They are at par with the good, cream
bands from outside. I think they are in the same league as The Doors and
Nirvana, or Pink Floyd and the likes. They deserve more recognition. They
are the Iron Maidens of India. Such brilliant music!
Soumava Hazra on Friday, October 21, 2011 The power of record labels has gone into the hands of corporate hacks who
has no rhyme or regard for good, quality music,,,all they want is showbiz,
which is the antonym of Indian Ocean..\respect/.
JustAStoner on Sunday, October 16, 2011 @musicenthusiastic the dude in green is a replacement for Ashmit
Chakroborty, the original singer/tabla player. This green dude is quite
nice and sincere which can seem bland to some people..