Saturday January 5, 2013

Mirchi (Music review), Telugu – Devi Sri Prasad

Posted by Karthik

Chinna Ponnu’s Mirchi is high on the typically-Devi folk mix. Mika’s Yahoon yahoon is functionally catchy, while Devi’s effort in Kailash Kher’s Pandagala shows in the interestingly mounted rhythms. Barbie girl is lively – striking Middle Eastern and Latino base, and wonderfully sung by Suchitra and Jaspreet Jasz! Darlingey is the only track that seems to be overdoing his template, but he redeems himself with the soundtrack’s best – Idhedho bagundhe, a superb melody that breaks out with the lead hook and has a tuneful, violin-led anupallavi too! Mirchi isn’t path-breaking, but is better than most recent soundtracks by DSP!

Keywords: Mirchi, Prabhas, Devi Sri Prasad

  • Viswanadh

    Pandagala is insanely addictive. Kailash Kher ‘s voice is amazing. I am disapponted with the singing of male singers, especially in Yahoon Yahoon and Idhedho Bagundhe (Vijay Prakash!!). Overall, a good soundtrack. I feel Sarocharu is better than this though, although you have trashed it.

    • Viswanadh

      I think DSP has a new blockbuster album. It keeps getting better as I listen to it more :)

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