Posts Tagged ‘Thaman

Friday October 9, 2015 21:26

Bruce Lee (Music review), Telugu – Thaman S

Run has an infectitious and anthemic sound that works pretty well with its sing-along’ish tune. Sai Sharan and Nivaz sing it mighty well too. Malaysian hip-hop/rapper Rabbit Mac leads Ria impressively, supported by Deepak, in the catchy tune. The soundtrack’s best, Laychalo, has an easily likeable tune with Middle-eastern shades and captivating musical pieces. Kung […]

Ethanai kavignen cheeky lyrics bring a smile instantly, and Karthik’s singing plus Thaman’s thrumming rhythm make it an easy winner. The title song is forceful enough to play in the background when a Telugu hero is rampaging on henchmen who dared to bother his area’s people. SPB Charan brings his under-rated charm to Penne penne, […]

Tuesday September 2, 2014 20:32

Vanmam (Music review), Tamil – Thaman

As Maname starts, it only creates an anticipation that the singers, Suchith Suresan and AV Pooja will break into ‘Dil se re’ at any time, since the background seems like its replica! Aetti enga pora starts uncannily like another Rahman song, Thaniye, from Rhythm. Thankfully, it changes track soon enough and holds a lovely, slow […]

Tuesday September 2, 2014 20:30

Aagadu (Music review), Telugu – Thaman

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 […]

Friday August 15, 2014 21:26

Meaghamann (Music review), Tamil – Thaman

The title song is heavily digitized that literally masks Manasi and Monissha’s voices – the tune too is functional at best, despite the pulsating orchestration. The whole thing repeats itself in another track called Meaghamann Theme! Yaaro yaaro has a catchy sound and even has nifty touches in what ideally is an interesting enough variant […]

Friday August 15, 2014 21:26

Power (Music review), Telugu – Thaman

Adnan Sami seems to be under some kind of pain in Devuda – his singing is unusually strained and the utterly conventional tune doesn’t help either. Badmashu pilla‘s consistently rolling, rollicking rhythm helps is sail through, though it is the usual Thaman bag of musical tricks. Notanki suits Ravi Teja’s outlook perfectly, though he is […]

Sunday August 3, 2014 20:00

Rabhasa (Music review), Telugu – Thaman

Maar salaam is the usual, bombastic hero intro song, but Suchith Suresan’s vocals helps it soar. Junior NTR, with some tactical support from Thaman, aces Rakaasi – thoroughly foot-tapping! Thaman cranks up the rhythm for Garam garam chilaka, and that showy kuthu rhythm keeps the song in good stead. Hawa hawa is a pretty good […]

Thursday March 13, 2014 19:12

Race Gurram (Music review), Telugu – Thaman S

Shreya Ghoshal does damn well in Boochade, carrying the racy tune in her own style. Siddarth Mahadevan delivers Sweety perfectly, given the easily appealing, breezy melody. Thaman cranks up the rhythm in Cinema choopistha and the catchy sound carries it easily, while Dinesh Kanagaratnam seems like a great choice for the captivating hip hop in […]

Sunday October 20, 2013 21:27

Masala (Music review), Telugu – Thaman S

Ninu choodani‘s minimal orchestration and rich tune plays out like a Harris Jayaraj song and is very easy on the ears, thanks to what is possibly Darbari Kaanada raaga. Kotlallo okkaday is all sound and no fury; even Shankar Mahadevan’s punchy vocals do little to make it work. Meenakshi meenakshi has a simple enough, catchy […]

Sunday June 2, 2013 21:17

Balupu (Music review), Telugu – Thaman

Kajalu chelliva has nothing new at all, but in true Thaman style, it doesn’t disappoint the feet! Yaevaindho ropes in veteran SPB for a lovely melody with a very, very 80s Raja’ish rhythm… to very good effect! Manasi tries very hard to elevate Lucky lucky from mediocrity, but in vain. Padipoyaanila, with its sparse rhythm […]

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