Friday, June 24, 2016

Music Review (Tamil): Dhilluku Dhuddu

Music Review (Tamil): Dhilluku Dhuddu
Music Composer: Thaman

The title song is a routine hackneyed templatized tune percussion laden tune and autotuned vocals of Deepak and M M Mansi's irks at some places, However, compared to the arrangements, vocals being the only highlight in this track.Overall, pedestrian lyrics and tune makes this one mediocre song in the soundtrack.Thaman does best in his forte, lovely breezy melody Kaanama Pona where composer kept the rhythm mellow and throws out some pleasing violin solos in the mid-way. Nivas and Sanjana breeze through the melody effortlessly and processing in the Nivas's vocals didn't create much hindrance to the flow of the easily accessible tune. Sivan Magan starts off promisingly but dives down into frenzied song dominated with the heard before tune sung with enough verve by the string of singers led by Saicharan. Though, the background is dominated by the elements relegated to the typical song of this genre, Nadaswaram solo in the first interlude is a nice touch by the composer.

Verdict: Short soundtrack from Thaman for the horror movie where one melody stands apart in an otherwise typical album filled with sounds from composer's repertoire.

My rating: 6/10

Pick of the Album: Kaanamal Pona