Archive for November 10th, 2008

There’s so much energy and life in Delhi – The Underground, that it may sound unfair to criticize a few and praise others. But, Kapil Srivastava’s incredible guitar in The Journey and East India Company’s vibrant influences in Omo are the two tracks that hooked me instantly. Sawan Dutta’s self-confessed jazz-rock ballad, Virtual love; Aditya […]

It could be Tony K’s tunes or it may be the genes. Neha sounds like her sister Sonu Kakkar, but in a terribly foul mood. There’s so much forced attitude in tracks like Love galli, No no and U gotta be nice, that the album seems doomed. But, Neha works her magic alongside Tony’s mellow, […]

Badra, Kar le singar and Dholana, to some extent, despite the assembly-line rhythm, are three of the most appealing tracks. Humnava’s strong and disparate Middle-eastern influence and the fused Punju folk in Channa mera dil gaya are tedious, however. The massy semi-classical Man kaise lage tests and showcases Rupali’s vocal range beautifully. There’s a strong […]

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