Thursday, May 12, 2016

Music Review (Tamil): Enakku Innoru Per Irukku

Music Review (Tamil): Enakku Innoru Per Irukku
Music Composer: G V Prakash Kumar

Kannai Nambadhey has an illustrious title hook to create curiosity  and G V Prakash's arrangements dominated by synth electronic element sounds which work as an individual musical piece. However, the overall mixing comes off as a clumsy potpourri of random sounds and also languishing tune too didn't help much either. Gaana Bala's trademark vocals and Na. Muthukumar's lyrics hold the song to some extent.Myma also features an instantly catchy funny spoofy sound  that includes dog's panting and G V Prakash wonderfully mixed the faux-Goan flavoured arrangements with local Kuthu. Though the tune as a standalone, not an engaging one, GV Prakash's bagpipe interludes, harmonica mix and foot-tapping percussion along with ArunRaja Kamaraj's amusing lyrics makes this one relatively appealing song in the soundtrack.

Dance with me is the pedestrian track in the soundtrack where both tune and arrangements featuring a passable mix of Thavil- Nadhaswaram also fails to accentuate the mediocre level of the overall track. G V Prakash who sounds more like Yuvan and Priyanka's vocals also fails to prod this insipid and largely humdrum track in the album.Thathalakka is another tedious forgettable track from G V Prakash Kumar which caters to the particular section of audiences. Apart from highly energetic Grace Karunas vocals, occasional foot-tapping rhythms and brass sections, the song has barely anything enjoyable to offer.GV Prakash Kumar scores easily in the ultra short Theme track which features the iconic Baasha dialogue and composer spruces up the dialogue mix with catchy hardcore guitar riffs. Short duration being the only grouse, Nevertheless, the theme music is whistle worthy one from the composer.

Verdict: GV Prakash as eponymous to the title, infused quirky sounds to the tracks in the album, However, the soundtrack as a whole ends up being rather a forgettable affair because of the uninspiring tunes despite having occasional engaging sounds.

My rating: 6/10

Pick of the Album: Myma, Theme track