Archive for October 7th, 2010

Mohit Chauhan sounds quite unlike himself in Aisa hota hai, but does sound good; Sandesh’s catchy, folksy tune helps too! It’s the same folk feel delivered beautifully that works in the Sukhwinder-sung Lal lal too. Likewise, in Jee na jalaiyo, the folk feel continues and the difference in pitch between Sukhwinder’s and Sunidhi’s versions is […]

Thursday October 7, 2010 18:58

Golmaal 3 (Music review), Hindi – Pritam

Golmaal’s new title song pales in comparison to Vishal Shekhar’s Sean Paul’ish title song that it briefly evokes in the beginning! Apna har din‘s only saving grace is that repetitive hook that is sung, helpfully, repeatedly, while Pritam does a very, very clever version of Pet Shop Boys’ Go West, in Ale – Neeraj Shridhar […]

Shamir Tandon’s Amchi Mumbai and Unmaad ranjit are ideally blasts from the past; 90s style tracks that seem misplaced this year. Strangely, the latter’s alternate version, sung by Tauseef Akhtar is a considerably better listen! Sunil Singh’s Maula mere maula starts off reasonably well, but his own vocals and the ennui it evokes shortly after […]

Thursday October 7, 2010 13:17

Action Replayy (Music review), Hindi – Pritam

Only Pritam’s punchy arrangements stand out in Baki main bhool gayi, but Daler’s Zor ka jhatka works big time as an addictive item song! Chhan ke mohalla and Dhak dhak are merely regular dancy stuff, while O bekhabar is forced sweetness. The zingy Brit-rock’ish I am dog gone crazy is super fun, while Luk chup […]

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