Archive for March 16th, 2011

NW1W. The only interesting fact is that Vijay Antony has made the 3 songs of this soundtrack available on his website as free downloads! Keywords: SA Chandrashekar, Satyaraj

Kadhirmozhi’s expressive verses help Thaman’s resonant arrangements and tune combination in Mudhal mozhi – this is a good listen. The composer repeats a similar sounding rich package in Ullam thudikudha, crooning it himself and working brilliantly on its nuanced orchestration. Unfortunately Nenjathin jin jin, despite those humorous mimicry interludes, is horribly bland and stale. Same […]

Vizhigalile is pitch-perfect; delightful tune, beautifully orchestrated and super vocals by Karthik and Chinmayi – delectable! If that was good, then Hariharan’s solo, Kadhal enbadhai, gets even better! On the lines of the sparse, early-Rahman, love-soaked melodies, this one, with wonderful lyrics by Suryaprabhakar, is stunningly beautiful! Hariharan’s sonorous voice makes it sound even better […]

Wednesday March 16, 2011 13:32

Dum maaro dum (Music review), Hindi – Pritam

Dum maaro dum’s remix works appropriately by not redoing it as-is and cleverly incorporating choice elements from the original in a funky mix; kudos to Midival Punditz and Karsh Kale, credited for additional Dum Maaro Dum riff! Ash King, Sunidhi and Mohit profess love in Spanish across 3 versions of Te amo; passable and predictable […]

Poovakkelu sees Raja importing his usually brilliant streak in Malayalam, into Tamil, and this works very well. We get a superbly Raja’esque melody even though that annoying synth makes a somewhat pardonable appearance well into the song. Raja goes Pa-like in his vocals for Kuthikkira kuthikkira, a lilting gem of a song with a continuous […]

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