Saturday August 3, 2013

Neelakasham Pacha Kadal Chuvanna Bhoomi (Music review), Malayalam – Rex Vijayan

Posted by Karthik

Neelakasham, sung by Rex himself, is a slow-burner with a great sound and a rhythm that kicks in late but makes a big impact! In comparison, Thaazhvaaram seems more like stock pop, but Sushin Shyam’s vocals do make a difference. And Doore doore goes one step down with its generic, unimpactful tune. The baul song Ami hitmajare is treated with authenticity, though the lead singer sadly remains uncredited. Saju Sreenivas shoulders Neerpalunkukal impressively, within its sedate tune and captivating musical pieces. Rex Vijayan’s music in Neelakasham Pacha Kadal Chuvanna Bhoomi is several shades below his earlier, more accomplished recent soundtracks.

Keywords: Neelakasham Pacha Kadal Chuvanna Bhoomi, Rex Vijayan



  • febinntj

    awsome songs rex bro!!!! loved beats and interludes of neelakasham,all songs in repeat mode in my playlist! really looking forward to you for more…

  • febinntj

    karthik ,waiting eagerly for harris’s irandam ulagam review from u….album released on 4th already !!!!!

  • Amicuzzz

    This is what an OST shoud be…made more sense when bundled with the visuals n’ film…’Neelakasham’ is awsome with the native sound and takes the story forward ..Beg to diagree with your view..requesting you to watch this road movie with awsome visuals n’ BGM..

  • Raghu

    Did you review Shyamaprasad’s last malayalam film “ENGLISH”, with music scored by Rex Vijayan ? It has a wonderful melody sung by Ramya nambeesan, tht appears only in the film..

    • Noushad

      i hate Ramya’s singing after she completely ruined the song Muthuchippi from Thattathin Marayathu

  • Noushad

    I listened to the album after watching the movie .The music was perfect for the movie since it was used as part of the BGM than as set piece.Neelakasham is the pick of the lot,The riff used it in is gorgeous .

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