I wholeheartedly agree with the people above. Dance Raja Dance is one of the best works of art I've ever heard. I'm serious. Granted, you probably won't realize how good it is the first time you hear it. But after, wait a little while, and you'll slowly hear the haunting melodies fade up in the back of your mind, and that's when you realize... it has become a part of you. I know. It happened to me. The beautiful, yet harsh, almost overdriven vocal recordings are easily reason enough to buy this album. It's unlike any music I've heard; it has absolutlely no form to it. It takes you EVERYWHERE. It's like... a shapeless, colorful, all-knowing mass, not held down by words like "genre", or "key signature", or "distortion". This album demonstrates a very strange musical phenomenon, where nothing sounds out of place, because EVERYTHING sounds out of place. The shrill, yet captivating female vocals are particularly mememorable, and the skillful guitar playing deserves an honorable mention. Especially the solo on track 4. Personal favorite tracks are 1,2,4, but it's golden throughout.
DANCE, RAJA, DANCE!!!