Benny Dayal, Abishek, Bobo Shashi
A song in the hip hop mode, with a lot
of synthesizer music, rhythm pads, and
funky singing the song kind of hops along.
The lyrics give the feeling of ‘letting
the hair down’.
Hip Hop Hurray---
Vocals: coco Nanda, MC
Lyrics: Boomerang X
Another trendy number with heavy rapping,
some guitar and sax-like sounds and easy,
gay rhythms. Has the feel of a ‘caribbean
number’. You have to strain to hear
The song announces itself as a dedicatory
one to ‘dear friends that go away’.
Silambarasan has tried to sing it with
suitable solemnity, but his awful pronunciation
has you tittering. With the song being
what it is, you get to hear soft guitar
play and drums.
Vocals: Geetha, Rekha,
Saritha, Archana, Benny Dayal, Swami,
lil-j, Bobo Shashi
Lyrics: Purple Patch
Another ‘rap’ number with
sax, guitar and keys in the middle. Appears
to be a song of youthful enjoyment from
what little we get to hear of the lyrics.
Un Uyir Nanban---
Lyrics: Thug Laws( Abishek,
to hear some well articulated stuff from
Krish. A simple song that seeks to appease
a sulking girlfriend. Has a slight ‘blues’
touch to it. Nice inputs from the guitar
Vocals: Coco Nanda, MCBullet
this song played out merely in the head
of any of the actors? Has the feeling
of a nightmare being enacted with all
the accompanying sounds!
much better version of song no.3, thanks
to an emotional rendering by Ranjith.
The flute and violin bits fall pleasantly
on the ears.
This album tries to be very ‘in’
and trendy, with the consequence that
there is not much melody in the songs.
But overall, it’s a definite must-try
for its target group – The Youth!