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    New music lyrics

    kOCHADAIYAAN ENGE POGUDHOA VAANAM

    Engae Pogudho Vaanam
    Enge Pogudho Vaanam
    Ange Pogirom Naamum

    Enge Pogutho Vaanam
    Ange Pogirom Naamum
    Vaazhvil Meendai Vaiyam Vendrai
    Ellai Unakillai Thalaivaa..
    Kaatrin Paadalgal Endrume Theeraathu
    Vetri Changoli Endrume Oyathu.. Oyathu..

    Hey Unathu Vaalaal Oru Sooriyanai Undakku
    Hey Enathu Thozha Nam Thaai Naatai Onaakku

    Aagayam Thaduththaal Paayum Paravai Aavom
    Maamalaigal Thaduththaal Thaavum Megam Aavom
    Kaadu Thaduththaal Kaatrai Povom
    Kadale Thaduththaal Meengal Aavom
    Theera Vairam Un Nenjam Nenjam Nenjam
    Vetri Unai Vanthu Kenjum Kenjum Kenjum
    Latchiyam Enbathellaam Vali Kandu Pirappathadaa
    Vetrigal Enbathellaam Vaal Kandu Pirappathadaa

    Enge Pogutho Vaanam
    Ange Pøgirøm Naamum
    Vaazhvil Meendai Vaiyam Vendrai
    Èllai Unakillai Thalaivaa..

    Ènthan Villum, Šølliya Šøllum
    Èntha Naalum Pøithathillai
    Ilaya Šingame Èzhunthu Pøraadu Pøraadu..
    Theera Vairam Un Nenjam Nenjam Nenjam
    Vetri Unai Vanthu Kenjum Kenjum Kenjum
    Ungalin Vaazhuthukalaal Uyir Køndu Èzhunthu Vittaen
    Vaazhthiya Manangalukku Èn Vaazhkaiyai Vazhangi Vittaen

    Hey Unathu Vaalaal Oru Šøøriyanai Undakku
    Hey Ènathu Thøzha Nam Thaai Naatai Onaakku

    Ènge Pøguthø Vaanam
    Ange Pøgirøm Naamum
    Vaazhvil Meendai Vaiyam Vendrai
    Èllai Unakillai Thalaivaa..
    Kaatrin Paadalgal Èndrume Theeraathu
    Vetri Changøli Èndrumae Oyathu.. Oyathu..

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    Senthee Vizhuntha Sempor Paaraiyil
    Manthi Uruttum Mayilin Muttaiyaai
    Ithayam
    Udalil Irunthu Vizhunthu
    Urundu Purandu Poguthey

    Nalla Marathhin Narunkilai Ezhinthu
    Vellach Suzhiyil Vizhunthu Malarai
    Ithayam
    Karaigal Maranthu
    Thisaigal Tholainthu Alainthu Poguthey

    Sirukottu Perumpazham Thoongi Yaangu
    En Uyiro Sirithey
    Kaathalo Perithey

    Pooppathu Maranthana Kodigal
    Punnagai Maranthathu Minnal
    Kaaippathu Maranthathu Kaadu
    Kaaviyam Maranthathu Aedu
    Yaano Ninnai Marakkilaen

    Senthamizh Piriyum Sangam
    Sengadal Piriyum Alaigal
    Oliyai Piriyum Kaatru
    Uliyai Piriyum Sirpam
    Yaano Ninnai Pirigilaen

    Vaai Mottudainthathal Poovaasam
    Vaasathukkethu Siraivaasam

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    All In All Azhagu Raja

    Singers: Rahul Nambiar
    Composer: S.Thaman
    Lyrics: Na. Muthukumar

    Yaarukkum Sollama Un Nenjukkulle Edam Pudichen
    Unnala.. Thannala..
    Kaaranam Illama Un Kannukulle Sikki Thavichen
    Munnala.. Pinnala..
    En Manasukulla.. Thangam Chellam Vellam..
    Konjam Enna Kavuthuputta
    Mella Saichuputta
    Thangam Chellam Vellam..
    Aiyo Enna Thavikkavitta
    Nenja Thudikavitta
    Yaaro Nee Yaaro
    Un Pera Sollida Thaane
    Kitta Thatta Konnupputta

    Hey Thottu Thottu Thottu
    Un Nenja Thottu Thottu
    Intha Kaathalum Vanthu Unnai Otti Otti Kondatha
    Vittu Vittu Vittu
    Oru Kaichal Vanthu Vittu
    Intha Kaathalin Veppam Unnai Suttu Suttu Sendratha

    Yaarukkum Sollama Un Nenjukkulle Edam Pudichen
    Unnala.. Thannala..

    Un Azhaga Un Azhaga..
    Un Azhaga Paathu Manasa Paathu
    Mayangi Pønen Naane
    Adi Kizhakka Paathu Merkka Paathu
    Thaniya Ninnene
    Un Azhaga Paathu Manasa Paathu
    Mayangi Pønen Naane
    Alai Illa Kadala Pøla Asaiyaama Ninnene
    Kara Mele Unna Paarthu Thesa Maari Vanthene
    Ènakulla Ènna Thedi Puthusaaga Piranthene
    Yaarø Nee Yaarø
    Un Pera Šøllida Thaane
    Kitta Thatta Kønnupputta

    Adi Valayapatti Thavalu Šatham
    Manasukulla Ketten
    Atha Anga Thatti Inga Thatti
    Aatam Pødathey
    Adi Valayapatti Thavalu Šatham
    Manasukulla Ketten
    Mazha Penja Tharaiya Pøla Puthu Vaasam Thanthaye
    Puriyatha Vaasam Intha Pen Vaasam Èndraye
    Thadai Illa Minsaaram Pøl Thinanthøram Vanthaye
    Yaarø Nee Yaarø
    Un Pera Šøllida Thaane
    Kitta Thatta Kønnupputta

    Èn Chellam.. Èn Chellam

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    Maan Karate (aka) Maan Karate songs review
    MAAN KARATE SONGS REVIEW

    Review by : Behindwoods Review Board
    Album Release Date : Mar 16,2014
    CAST AND CREW
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    Production: P. Madhan
    Cast: Hansika, Siva Karthikeyan, Vamsi Krishna
    Direction: Thirukumaran
    Screenplay: Thirukumaran
    Story: A. R. Murugadoss
    Music: Anirudh Ravichander
    Background score: Anirudh Ravichander
    Cinematography: Sukumar
    Dialogues: A Senthil Kumar
    Editing: A Sreekar Prasad
    Art direction: Raja Mohan
    Stunt choreography: Dhilip Subbarayan
    Dance choreography: Brinda
    Singers: Anirudh, Benny Dayal, Deva, Paravai Muniamma, Shruti Haasan, Sivakarthikeyan, Sunidhi Chauhan
    Lyrics: Madan Karky, RD Raja,Gaana Bala, Yugabharathi
    PRO: Riaz
    Distribution: Escape Artists Motion Pictures

    Maan Karate is an upcoming Anirudh musical that stars Sivakarthikeyan and Hansika in the lead. With the story written by A.R.Murugadoss, the film is directed by Thirukumaran.
    Maanja
    Singers: Anirudh Ravichander
    Lyrics: Madan Karky

    The album begins with a laid back track having groovy rhythms and relaxed vocals by the composer Anirudh Ravichander himself. Despite the mellowed orchestration the track makes a lasting impact on the listener with the rightful presence of saxophone, sitar, piano ,bass work and appearance of strings and rap lyrics. The usage of thavil in a modern track is a typical Anirudh signature while Madan Karky is at it again with his innovative best in presenting the local flavour.
    Darling Dambakku
    Singers: Benny Dayal, Sunidhi Chauhan
    Lyrics: Yugabharathi

    A peppy number arrives next with extremely funky guitars while the lead vocals are in out and out folk style. The vocalists Benny Dayal and Sunidhi Chauhan pull it off flawlessly with their energetic singing. The rhythm is power packed with lot of fun moments involving timely flute and multiple layers of bass work. The appearance of Sitar in the first interlude is another asset of the track.
    Un Vizhigalil
    Singers: Anirudh Ravichander, Shruti Haasan
    Lyrics: RD Raja

    After a journey to the folksy world, it is time for a progressive melody in the voice of Anirudh and Shruti Hassan. The track is an experimental fusion between Carnatic and Western Classical having a plethora of instruments such as piano, strings, violin, and some good bass sections. The solo violin in particular which appears throughout the track is a sure shot highlight. While Anirudh sings in higher octaves, Shruti Hassan’s lower octave singing complements the track perfectly. However, the excessive westernized accent in her singing could have been avoided.
    Royapuram Peter
    Singers: Paravai Muniamma, Sivakarthikeyan
    Lyrics: RD Raja

    The signature Anirudh massy track arrives next with power packed rhythm section and the track is equipped with humorous lyrics. The fade out effects for the rhythm are used in rightful moments. The minimal appearance of electric guitar makes sure its effect is felt throughout the track. However, there are no changeover moments which could have made the track even more entertaining.
    Open The Tasmac
    Singers: Anirudh Ravichander, Deva
    Lyrics: Gana Bala

    The funkiness continues with a track packed with groovy rhythm and competent singing by the lead singer, Gana King, Deva. The guitars do their job blended with House music touches over the Tabla rhythms. The track has total entertainment packed within 4 minutes.
    Darling Dambakku (Reprise)
    Singers: Kalpana, Nivas
    Lyrics: Yugabharathi

    The folksy song of the album arrives again in the form of a reprise with voices of Nivas and Kalpana. However, the unfaltering rawness which is needed for a folk song is missing in their voices. It is needless to say that the former version fares better than the reprise. The orchestration isn’t different from the original.
    Verdict: Hit machine Anirudh delivers one more with his signature sound.
    3.25
    Last edited by R.Latha; 20th March 2014 at 01:01 PM.

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    TAMIL SONGS REVIEW
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    Vaayai Moodi Pesavum (aka) Vaaiyai Moodi Pesavum songs review
    VAAYAI MOODI PESAVUM SONGS REVIEW

    Review by : Behindwoods Review Board
    Album Release Date : Mar 14,2014
    CAST AND CREW
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    Production: S Sashikanth, Varun Manian
    Cast: Dulquer Salman, Nazriya Nazim
    Direction: Balaji Mohan
    Screenplay: Balaji Mohan
    Story: Balaji Mohan
    Music: Sean Roldan
    Background score: Sean Roldan
    Cinematography: Soundararajan
    Dialogues: Balaji Mohan
    Editing: Abhinav Sunder Nayak
    Art direction: A R Mohan
    Dance choreography: Gayathri Raghuram, Phargav Sekar
    Lyrics: Balaji Mohan, Madhan Karky, Muthamil
    PRO: Nikkil

    Vaayai Moodi Pesavum is a Tamil-Malayalam bilingual directed by Balaji Mohan and starring Dulquer Salman and Nazriya Nazim. Music is by Sean Roldan who makes his debut in film music with this album.
    Shut Up! Vaaya Moodu! Pesadhe!
    Singers: Balaji Mohan, Sean Roldan
    Lyrics: Balaji Mohan

    The album begins with a track housing a funky feel and a foot tapping rhythm carrying a tinge of comic flavor and wit. The popular Tamil film dialogues at timely appearances add to the value of the track and the vocalists do a great job in making it an entertaining listen.
    Kadhal Ara Onnu Vizundhuchu
    Singers: Sean Roldan, Shakthisree Gopalan
    Lyrics: Muthamil

    Up next is a rock track well equipped with energetic singing by Sean Roldan and Shaktishree Gopalan. The power packed electric guitars are the lifeline of the track which features fantastic rhythm patterns. The bass work is exceptionally good and it is great to see Shaktishree Gopalan sing a peppy number. The guitar solo in the interlude is one of the highlights of this track.
    Mr.Fix-It Theme
    Singers: Instrumental
    Lyrics:

    A refreshingly breezy instrumental arrives next with brilliant string sections and impactful violin by Chennai Strings. The presence of pan flute in between makes it even more enjoyable. The way in which the track launches itself to symphony mode is commendable.
    Podhum Ini Nee Varundhadhe
    Singers: Haricharan
    Lyrics: Muthamil

    The peppiness continues with a groovy track, featuring the soul of Mr.Fix-it, but laden with a fresh sounding guitar tone and Haricharan’s soothing voice. The track has a beautiful nostalgic feel blended with modern orchestration and a laid back chorus. The strings and harmonica blend wonderfully throughout the track thereby strengthening the nostalgic essence.
    Udaigiren Udaigiren
    Singers: Aalaap Raju
    Lyrics: Madan Karky

    A short track with mellifluous voice of Aalap Raju welcomes the listener next. The orchestration is quite laid back with mellowed strings which follow the lead quite gracefully. The lilting guitar makes sure that its presence is felt. A great guitar solo which arrives in the interlude is sheer beauty.
    Beedhiya Kelappa - Jazz Theme
    Singers: Instrumental
    Lyrics:

    An interesting take on modern jazz with energetic percussions and lilting saxophone makes for a breezy listen despite the track carrying an air of tension. It is a challenge to include a full fledged jazz instrumental of international standards for a Tamil film album and the composer has to be commended for it.
    The Sound of Silence - Dubstep Symphony
    Singers: Instrumental
    Lyrics:

    After a journey to a jazzy world, it is time to explore Western Classical Music with an eerie instrumental equipped with doses of electronic orchestration and string sections. The eeriness can be heard throughout its progress in the midst of a collage of techno sounds and rhythm sections.
    Maatraparavai - The Song Bird of Change
    Singers: Kalyani Nair, Pradeep
    Lyrics: Madan Karky

    The album enters its finale with a feel good track sung confidently by Kalyani Nair. The track is well laden with an optimistic string section and gripping rhythm. Praveen joins the feast with his soothing voice. The jazz styled drumming is engaging without overpowering the lead voices. The interludes are very much western classical and they have come out very well.
    Verdict: A highly original and competent debut from Sean Roldan

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    TAMIL SONGS REVIEW
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    Naan Sigappu Manithan (aka) Nan Sigapu Manidhan songs review
    NAAN SIGAPPU MANITHAN SONGS REVIEW

    Review by : Behindwoods Review Board
    Album Release Date : Mar 13,2014
    CAST AND CREW
    1 of 3
    Production: Amrita Pandey, Dhananjayan, Siddharth Roy Kapur, Vishal
    Cast: Iniya, Jagan, Jayaprakash, Lakshmi Menon, Saranya Ponvannan, Sunder Ramu, Vishal
    Direction: Thiru
    Screenplay: Thiru
    Story: Thiru
    Music: GV Prakash Kumar
    Background score: GV Prakash Kumar
    Cinematography: Richard M Nathan
    Dialogues: Thiru
    Editing: Ruben
    Art direction: Jackie
    Stunt choreography: Dilip Subbarayan
    Dance choreography: Shobi
    Lyrics: Na Muthukumar
    PRO: Johnson

    Naan Sigappu Manithan has director Thiru teaming up with Vishal for the third time, after Samar and Theeradha Vilayattu Pillai. Lakshmi Menon and Iniya are playing important roles. GV Prakash is the music director.
    Yelelo
    Singers: GV Prakash Kumar, Megha
    Lyrics: Na Muthukumar

    The album begins with a peculiar brand of folk in the lively voice of the composer G.V. Prakash Kumar himself. He adds huskiness to the track to give it the vivacious folk flavor as the track progresses to kuthu beats. The lilting guitar and haunting chorus in the first interlude give a unique touch to the track.
    Lovely Ladies
    Singers: Aaryan Dhinesh, Gana Bala, GV Prakash Kumar, Megha, Vijay Prakash
    Lyrics: Na Muthukumar

    After a folksy start, it is time to gear up for a paced up track blended with various genres like House, Disco and local flavor as well. The track has a fading feel of Punjabi as well in the midst of local percussions. The track oscillates between indigenous genres of House and Hip-Hop to give it a fun factor.
    Penne Oh Penne
    Singers: Al-Ruffiyan, Vandhana
    Lyrics: Na Muthukumar

    The melodic touch is back with a groovy track blended with harmonium, guitar strums and great vocals by Vandana Srinivasan and Al-Ruffiyan. The vocals are not stylish or over emotional but are refreshingly laid back. The guitars progress well with the rhythm and the track also carries a beautiful Spanish flavor making it an enjoyable listen. It is interesting to see a plethora of instruments such as electronic saxophone, tabla, and piano in a feel good melody of this sort.
    Idhayam Unnai Theduthe
    Singers: GV Prakash Kumar, Saindhavi
    Lyrics: Na Muthukumar

    This track strikes an emotional chord with impactful singing by the composer G.V. Prakash yet again and the track is well equipped with a peculiar rhythm along with progressive string section. The main highlight of the track is the phenomenal string section. It is a challenging track for the vocalists as it has many sliding notes but the couple pull it off well with ease.
    Aadu Machi (Remix of Lovely Ladies)
    Singers: DJ Vijay Chawla
    Lyrics: Na Muthukumar

    The ecclectic Lovely Ladies track arrives again in a remix version now. Interestingly, the remix fares better than the original thanks to the prowess of the established DJ Vijay Chawla . The trance rhythm does wonders to the original composition.
    A Restless Theme
    Singers: Instrumental
    Lyrics:

    The track begins with an unmistakable eeriness in the form of viola with progressive percussions leading to a world of restlessness- apt to the track’s title. The string section is gripping along with the crescendo it reaches as the track progresses. The usage of electric guitars in order to depict the aggression is a good form of experimentation.
    Verdict: A blend of intersting melodies from G.V. Prakash

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    Oru Kanniyum Moonu Kalavaanigalum (aka) Oru Kanniyum Moonu Kalavaanikalum songs review
    ORU KANNIYUM MOONU KALAVAANIGALUM SONGS REVIEW

    Review by : Behindwoods Review Board
    Album Release Date : Mar 06,2014
    CAST AND CREW
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    Production: M.k Thamilarasu
    Cast: Arulnidhi, Bindhu Madhavi
    Direction: Chimbudevan
    Screenplay: Chimbudevan
    Story: Chimbudevan
    Music: Natarajan Sankaran
    Background score: Natarajan Sankaran
    Cinematography: S.R.Kathir
    Dialogues: Chimbudevan
    Editing: Raja Mohammed
    Art direction: T Muthuraj
    Stunt choreography: Dhilip Subbarayan
    Dance choreography: Dinesh

    After Irumbukottai Murattu Singam, Chimbudevan comes back with yet another comedy. Oru Kanniyum Moonu Kalavaanigalum features Arulnithi, Bindu Madhavi, Ashrita Shetty and a long list of an ensemble cast. Music is by Natarajan Sankaran, for whom this is a follow up to his debut Moodar Koodam.
    July Madham
    Singers: Naresh Iyer
    Lyrics: Vairamuthu

    The elaborate arrangement of strings and the overall orchestration make for the composer’s scoring area. The melody is pretty and Naresh Iyer’s tender singing goes well with the soft backbeat.
    Moonu Kodi
    Singers: Chinna Ponnu, Manicka Vinayagam
    Lyrics: Vairamuthu

    High on adrenaline and relentless in pace, this folk tune is so fast that the vocals literally play catch-up with the percussions. The singers are tested and they rise to the occasion, Chinna Ponnu especially seems like she’s waiting for her turn again every time she finishes her verse. Interestingly Natarajan Sankaran underplays his big chorus and focuses more on the energetic verses.
    Bachelor Enakke
    Singers: Gana Bala, Premgi Amaren
    Lyrics: Gana Bala

    The rhythm that follows Premgi’s awkward announcement of the long film title is totally unexpected if you were awaiting some hip-hop. Natarajan Sankaran has plenty of solid hooks to go with the great groove but for some reason finds himself reluctant to make any one of them the signature tune of the track. Ultimately it’s Gana Bala who makes this number sound great, offering something new in this ‘Surangani’ styled gana.
    Theme Thunder (Trance)
    Singers: Instrumental
    Lyrics:

    A very early 90s sounding Techno collage with a very unsophisticated and somewhat child-like hook begins the series of instrumentals that fill the second half of the album.
    Theme Storm (Indian)
    Singers: Instrumental
    Lyrics:

    More intent and purpose shown in this next instrumental which sticks to the same tempo. The silly-sounding ad libs work better with the Indian percussions.
    Theme Breeze (African)
    Singers: Instrumental
    Lyrics:

    The composer uses a set of generic African percussions and matches it to the main theme and does no more. After Moodar Koodam, instrumentals were seen as Natarajan Sankaran’s interest area and in that regard the set here is pretty underwhelming.
    Theme Marriage
    Singers: Instrumental
    Lyrics:

    The album closer is the more intricately designed and executed instrumentals of the lot. The brief segue between the South Indian theme and the church choir is impressive.
    Verdict: The album has its moments and good performances.
    2.5

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    Cuckoo (aka) Cuckoo songs review
    CUCKOO SONGS REVIEW

    Review by : Behindwoods Review Board
    Album Release Date : Feb 18,2014
    CAST AND CREW
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    Production: Fox Star Studios
    Cast: Dinesh, Malavika
    Direction: Raju Murugan
    Screenplay: Raju Murugan
    Story: Raju Murugan
    Music: Santhosh Narayan
    Background score: Santhosh Narayan
    Cinematography: PK Varma
    Editing: Shanmugam Velusamy
    Art direction: Ramalingam
    Dance choreography: Sheriff
    Lyrics: Yuga Bharathi
    PRO: Nikkhil

    Cuckoo is an upcoming film featuring ‘Attakathi’ Dinesh and Malavika and is directed by debutant Raja Murugan. Music for the film is by Santhosh Narayanan.
    Manasula Soora Kaathey
    Singers: Divya Ramani, RR
    Lyrics: Yugabarathi

    The opening passage that sounds like throwback to the classic Raja-era infact serves well as a good misdirection to the actual sound of the album – an alluring acoustic experience. With very complementing vocals from RR and Divya Ramani, the song organically unravels itself over an acoustic arrangement where the muted approach acts as the perfect foil for instrumental highlights such as the entry of the slide guitars and the cuckoos of the flute which heighten the sensory appeal.
    Potta Pulla
    Singers: RR
    Lyrics: Yugabarathi

    The song appears to possess the personality of a folk tune but is dressed up far too elegantly with a symphonic arrangement to distinguish its roots. RR’s singing adds to the immersive listening experience and so does the excellent flute segments, particularly during the outro.
    Agasatha
    Singers: Kalyani Nair, Pradeep Kumar
    Lyrics: Yugabarathi

    The consistency of the mesmeric sound continues as Kalyani’s freestyle singing makes for some fine counterpoints with the backing strings. The chorus is charming on its own but at its best when the vocals come together in harmony. Yugabarathi’s lyrics are equally admirable on this track.
    Kalyanamam Kalyanam
    Singers: Andony Dasan, Hema
    Lyrics: Yugabarathi

    Folk injected with traces of funk with the vivid synth and bass sound. While the nadhasawaram presents a celebratory side the track is largely quite somber in nature, and Santhosh Narayanan balances both moods quite deftly. Folks specialist Andony Dasan, stepping out of his comfort zone in places, is seen pushing his range and coming through with a strong performance.
    Kodayila
    Singers: Kalyani Nair, Pradeep Kumar, Vaikom Vijayalakshmi
    Lyrics: Yugabarathi

    With the magnificent chorus revealed early on, Santhosh Naraynan takes the listener through some enticing segments backed by emotional verses, before returning once again to Vaikom Vijayalakshmi’s glorious passage of ‘Ponna janmathula senja thavamo’ towards the end. The ability to create such an aura with such few instruments certainly spells Santhosh at his very best.
    Enda Mapla
    Singers: Dhee, Gana Bala, Sathish
    Lyrics: Gana Bala, RK Sundar

    A jazz styled template for Gana Bala featuring some nifty piano work and clever backing vocals arrangement that fill up the spaces as Bala sings/speaks his way through. The cheeky lyrics in the second half of the tune featuring some of the popular songs are a fine use of wit, considering that the characters are blind.
    Verdict: An alluring and immersive album.
    3.5

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    DAMAAL DUMEEL SONGS REVIEW
    Review by : Behindwoods Review Board
    Production: C J Jayakumar
    Cast: Remya Nambeesan, Vaibhav
    Direction: Shree
    Screenplay: Shree
    Story: Shree
    Music: SS Thaman
    Background score: SS Thaman
    Cinematography: A M Edwin Sakay
    Editing: Paramesh Krishna
    Art direction: Arusamy
    Singers: Andrea Jeremiah, Naveen Madhav, Remya Nambeesan, Shankar Mahadevan, SS Thaman, Usha Uthup
    Lyrics: Karky, Karunakaran, Na Muthukumar, Thamarai

    Damaal Dumeel is an upcoming thriller starring Vaibhav and Remya Nambeesan. Written and directed by Shree, the film has music by Thaman.
    Dumeel
    Singers: Usha Uthup
    Lyrics: Karunakaran

    The album kickstarts with a ‘Kalasala’-like vigor featuring a firecracker of a performance from the diva Usha Uthup. The electronica fills offer an interesting touch to an otherwise straight up kuthu song.
    Pogadhae Pogadhae
    Singers: Remya Nambeesan
    Lyrics: Thamarai

    Remya Nambeesan is back to flexing her vocal chords after her outing in Pandianadu’s ‘Fy fy’. While she possesses a clarity there’s distracting synth sound texturing her vocals. The orchestration is slightly underwhelming and the track feels like its missing something.
    Saga Saga
    Singers: Andrea Jeremiah, Naveen Madhav
    Lyrics: Karky

    The four to the floor dance beat restricts the track to run along repetitively with Andrea bringing about the dynamics to the melody. The introduction of the nadhaswaram halfway through the track and during the outro is a welcome feature of the song.
    Odi Odi
    Singers: Shankar Mahadevan
    Lyrics: Na Muthukumar

    A tune aimed to raise the pulses with its charging rhythm section and Shankar Mahadevan sounding a warning with his vocals. While instrumentally the track barely deviates from its focus, the strong lyrics struggle to flow with the melody.
    Damaal Dumeel Theme
    Singers: SS Thaman
    Lyrics:

    Thaman finally sounds his intent right with menacing guitar riffs that build up slowly to a pounding back beat.
    Verdict: Flashes of Thaman's talent

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    Jigarthanda (aka) Jigarthanda songs review
    JIGARTHANDA SONGS REVIEW

    Review by : Behindwoods Review Board
    Album Release Date : Mar 03,2014
    CAST AND CREW
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    Production: Kathiresan
    Cast: Lakshmi Menon, Siddharth
    Direction: Karthik Subbaraj
    Screenplay: Karthik Subbaraj
    Story: Karthik Subbaraj
    Background score: Santhosh Narayanan

    Jigarthanda is an upcoming drama featuring Siddharth and Lakshmi Menon under the direction of Karthik Subbaraj. The film is a Santhosh Narayanan musical.
    Kannamma
    Singers: Antony Dassan, Rita
    Lyrics: Muthamil

    The vocal sample of Antony Dassan which greets you may be the first access point for the listener but it’s true signature highlight is hidden behind the vocal veils in the form of a terrific digital dressing that shows up during the vocal hook. A recall of the synth-pop from Soodhu Kavvum but more intricate and expansive this time around.
    Ding Dong
    Singers: Arun Raja, Mose
    Lyrics: Arun Raja, Mose

    Funky bass work from Naveen over a drum track that fits the groove loosely, adding to the unsettling motive of the track where even the piano notes wear a violent personality. Arun Raja’s Tamil verses are delivered straight from the gut, while Mose is fluent with his rhymes. Though not exactly catered for staple radio demands, it certainly is creatively conceptualized and executed with a level of craftsmanship.
    Pandi Naatu Kodi
    Singers: Antony Dassan
    Lyrics: Antony Dassan

    Again the booming low end of the bass is vivid and grabs your attention along with the rhythm section and the crazy horns. The way Antony Dassan’s buoyant vocals are arranged over this pot boiler of a tune gives the kuthu genre a fresh new twist.
    Dhesayum Ezhandheney
    Singers: Meenkashi Iyer, Santhosh Narayanan
    Lyrics: Pradeep Kumar

    After being subjected to a relentless creative assault by Santhosh Narayanan in the opening three tracks the listener is treated to a gorgeously arranged melody with cascading strings that fill your earspace. The composer is surely growing from strength to strength scoring such symphonic sections.
    Baby
    Singers: Santhosh Narayanan
    Lyrics: Muthamil

    A seriously funky jam with a cool snaky vocal melody, offering a great sing-along moment, that sounds borrowed from the classic era of Tamil film music but is now married to the swagger of celtic blues. Santhosh as a singer is admirably reckless within limits, and a special mention to the composer for throwing in a rare bass solo on this one.
    Jigar
    Singers: Pradeep Kumar
    Lyrics: Pradeep Kumar

    The build up is obvious early on with the haunting piano lines setting the mood. The simple scratchy beats feature only to offer the spawning electronic effects its rightful prominence. Pradeep Kumar ad-libs his way on key to count for the vocals. Mildly intriguing.
    Thanda
    Singers: Instrumental
    Lyrics:

    A sludgy slap bass line opens up to welcome some beautiful but ominous guitar work, combining with intermittent bursts of percussions to create an unnerving track which really calls out strong to be taken seriously.
    Hoo Haa
    Singers: Santhosh Narayanan, Sean Roldan
    Lyrics:

    A supremely enjoyable Morricone styled western spaghetti tune featuring some delightful whistling and neat acoustic string arrangement while the guitar solo is flashy at best.
    Ottam
    Singers: Santy's Jazz Band
    Lyrics:

    With its warm sound featuring harmonies and restrained musical showmanship, the jazz here is more Steely Dan than Coltrane or Davis. Opting to go for a more accessible jam like this over a freestyle display may well serve as a good introduction for those who might be interested in this genre. But it’s hard to fathom this sort of composition paired with the track title ‘Ottam’ !
    Verdict: If you like to experience new sounds and musical ideas, Jigarthanda is for you !

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