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Chandamama Kathalu

Mickey J Meyer's albums have always inspired good amount of interest. He has carved a niche for himself with his flair for melodious and classy music.
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Race Gurram

Thaman delivers an ace. 'Race Gurram' was an audio which was expected to be snazzy and appealing to the masses at once. It fairly lives up to the expectations.
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Legend

When it is DSP, all music lovers look up to the album with expectations. When it is Balakrishna, the ruralites, especially, feel that they are in for unalloyed masala. A rare combination this, and the audio of 'Legend' lives up to the image the combo conjures up in one's mind.
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Aaha Kalyanam

Since Aaha Kalyanam is the remake of a Bollywood number, much was expected from the album. The album more than meets the expectations because it presents us what we did not look for: a Bollywoodian feel for at least 3 songs.
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Autonagar Surya

Autonagar Surya comes at a time when Anoop Rubens is counted among the best musicians in the industry. Since it is directed by a director of mellowed taste, the album was awaited by the discerning audiences from the beginning.
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Rey

The albums of YVS Chowdhary's films have always been the talk of the town. Rey, a film that has been in the making for long, is finally out.
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1 (Nenokkadine)

Released amid huge expectations, the audio of 1-Nenokkadine doesn't disappoint. An album with intense as well as playful songs, it is a true Sukumar-DSP product, complete with meaningful lyrics.
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Hrudhayam Ekkadunnadhi

Although a small-ticket album, Hrudhayam Ekkadunnadi is something to be watched out for. The five-song album is a good combination of numbers of different varieities.
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Masala

When SS Thaman is around, you can't have out-and-out masala offering. He always balances the romantic and the massy. Masala is yet another example.
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Bhai

Devi Sri Prasad is back scoring a peppy and youthful album for Nagarjuna. How does he fare?
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Doosukeltha

After his last film's success, Vishnu Manch has come to acquire a signature of his own. This album bears that signature, just as Manoj Manchu's albums do. Mani Sharma makes a good one, though not a memorable album.
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Ramayya Vasthavayya

Ramayya Vasthavayya does sound a very auspicious title. In keeping with the tradition of Dil Raju and the first outing of Raju with NTR, Brindavanam, this audio thoroughly lives up to the expectations.
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Thoofan

Considering that Thoofan is a Bollywood gift to Telugu audience, one expected something high. Five songs set to tune by five musicians (Chirantan Bhatt, Anand Raj Anand, Meet-Bros-Anjjan) is not a great offer, it passes muster.
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Potugadu

Manchu Manoj's films have always had a musical output that is peculiarly different from others. Potugadu is on the same lines, though this time the quality is a notch higher.
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Attharintiki Daredi

Attharintiki Daredi is easily the most awaited album of late. When DSP and Trivikram joined hands for Pawan Kalyan in 2008, it was nothing short of a sensation. Jalsa remains one of the best Telugu albums in the new century.
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