Archive for May 20th, 2009

Wednesday May 20, 2009 22:16

Music review: Ride (Telugu – Hemachandra)

Mahive has a calculated and assured style to it, besides sounding addictively catchy, while Rangula lokam is high on adrenaline rush courtesy the powerful backgrounds. Edo edo too showcases Hemachandra’s orchestration skills, besides the nifty tune but the title song halts the great run, with an insipid tune, albeit adorned with decent innovations in the […]

The absolutely fascinatingly titled YYW is fascinating tune-wise too, with a instantly hummable tune and impressively appropriate backgrounds! The assorted vocals do complete justice too though the star vocalist credited, Vishal Dadlani doesn’t seem to have a major role. Amritavarshini’s innocent singing and the intriguing, but immensely pleasant tune of Meghamaa signal a clear winner […]

Velmurugan’s rustic vocals and the hilariously interior Tamil Nadu lyrics ensure a winner in the rhythmic kuthu Aadungadaa! The other bawdy kuthu Yakka yakka is awfully imagined and scored. Shankar Mahadevan’s high-pitched call-out Sambho jagadam and its theme music variant do not impress – long and droning, both. Ditto for Hariharan’s Pain of love – […]

Nazar se nazaria pays a rich, lavish tribute to Pritam’s already inspired Crazy kiya re, even though the main similarity is camouflaged quite skillfully. Ya Rabula Rabbi is actually sung Yaar Abdullah Al Ameen and sounds like a catchy knockoff of a Middle Eastern track while Jack & Jill is a torture in every way […]

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