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Month: May 2011

Lord of the Rings – Fellowship

The LOTR franchise established a legacy for itself right from the release of its 1st episode in 2001 The Fellowship Of The Ring! So selcting the composer of soundtracks for it was quite tiring and difficult as its not enought to expect the best outta him/her only for the first movie but for all the remaining parts as well. And thus they seemed to have narrowed done to Howard Shore who didn't sound promising either while being interviewed but he had truly given us what was expected and with consistency so deftly bringing to life the tale of J.R.R Tolkien.

Vices and Virtues – Panic! At the Disco

"Vices and Virtues" will definitely give the comback the band's been hoping for but Panic! should work even more revive their emo roots experiment less with the sounds! People would love to hear their past glory types like the "Fever" and "Nine In The Afternoon". The album is a must listen for all the Panic! At The Disco fans irrespective of what the other reviews for this album quote, just skip the songs i adviced you to and you'll be good with the album!

Love U…Mr.Kalakaar!

Directed by debutant S.Manasvi , this is the first film with Tusshar Kapoor and Amrita Rao together. The music is composed by Sandesh Shandilya of “Piya Basanti Re” fame. The album is full of enthralling music which often leaves us spellbound and wait ! There’s a little surprise in this album ! ;-)

Under Your Skin

After listening to the album i learnt that sometimes diasters happen when bands try to experiment with sounds ! but a brave effort by Saliva except they shouldn't try it again and stick to the roots! If your a soft rock or ballad fan then the album is all yours for the rest of the orthodox rock fans skip this one forget about the band's reputation if thats your reason to listen to this album!

Screaming Bloody Murder

So the verdict is the album would have really got good reviews if they weren't too ambitious and desperate for a comeback releasing 14 songs all together! I really enjoyed the first half but the interest died as the track numbers kept increasing! However compared to "Uknown Hero" i guess this scores better but a lot was expected from the band and the fans are gonna be disappointed!

Ready

After Dum Maaro Dum , Pritam is in for some fresh range of music . Though the album provides us with only four tracks , the album provides a good variety of tracks. We also have great picturization for the tracks making them great video songs as well . While we see the Salman-Asin combo in the screens , we have Amrita Kak of “Just Chill” (Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya) and “Love me love “ (wanted) fame , in for 2 tracks. However , the song “Dhinka Chika “ is tweaked from the telugu original – “Ringa Ringa” by composer Devi Sri Prasad.

Dum Maaro Dum

Dum maaro Dum has a lot to offer in terms of soundtrack. 'Mit Jaaye Gham' and 'Te Amo' are already tremendous hits, topping all charts. Pritam has most certainly delivered on this one. The first time i saw the song list , what stood out was 4 versions of Te Amo ( including a remix ). Yes it's an amazing song but isn't 4 pushing it a little? Well, each version has it's own character and dimension. So Pritam, you're off the hook on that one. Abhishek's rap was slightly unnecessary from a music point of view, but it might fit into the movie somewhere. All in all, a solid album. A definite must-listen!

Avan Ivan

Though Yuvan is not in his best with this album, he never fails to impress. He has come out with a couple of wonderful songs. The other songs are equally good. They may pick up once the movie releases. A good album from Yuvan yet again.

Pyaar ka Punchnama

So the music album for "Pyaar ka Punchnama" has quite a few good tracks, 1 or 2 chartbusters and remainig a let down . Don't miss "Kutta" track from the album, worth listening to and also the club song "Chak Glassi"!