Considering how sari-raisingly funky Bollywood soundtracks can be on their own, it's understandable why a label like Motel would get involved in a project like Bombay 2: Electric Vindaloo. With a stash of twisted interlude music too short to put out on its own but too crazy to pass up, Motel turned the tapes over to beat freaks like Kid Koala, Mixmaster Mike and Steinski to turn into full-length songs. An interesting idea, but one destined for failure. Given 30 seconds of original music to work with, Koala, Dynamite D and Mike cut and splice, add beats and scratch over top. Predictably, though, nothing they do comes close to the delirious fusion of the originals, resulting in snippets of gold and ridiculous song titles like Sexy Mother Fakir and T.J. Hookah. Stick with scorchers like the Doob Doob A Rama collection instead.