Tuesday September 2, 2014

Aagadu (Music review), Telugu – Thaman

Posted by Karthik

The title song is standard-issue hero intro material, with a generous sprinkling of bombastic English epithets and a repetitive rhythm. Junction lo and Narri narri are no different – Thaman’s stock rhythm, along with fangled, severely digitized singing by Shruti Hassan in the latter. Aaja saroja shuns precisely that kind of predictable rhythm, and depsite Rahul Nambiyaar’s voice being digitally enhanced, the unusually paced song makes a difference. Bhel poori too has a nice, expansive ring to it, given the kind of slowly sweeping kuthu rhythm it employs. The dialog-based Theme is an interesting variation! Largely humdrum material, this Aagadu.

Keywords: Thaman, Aagadu

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  • ryerram

    I thought this album was much better than the other recent Telugu albums from thaman
    Quite fun and enjoyable album

  • Aryan Fakr

    The title song is similar to the tile song of “King”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWAVfbaH_W8

  • Kiruba Sankar

    Shruti sings the former?. iTunes mentions the Naari singer as Divya, but gives no female names for Junction lo – Shruti’s fangled & digitized voice is definitely there, but there is also another?

  • Kolathur Krishna Krishna

    chandalum ga undi songs very bad songs super star aagadu , ee thaman gaadu maraduu

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