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Pilla Nuvvu Leni Jeevitham

Of late, Anup Rubens's albums have been watched out for youthfulness and profundity. Pilla Nuvvu Leni Jeevitham is skewed in favour of the former, though. If it has lyrics by a range of writers (Bhaskara Bhatla, Sirivennela Seetharamasastry, Suddala Ashok Teja, and Sree Mani), the singers are equally versatile.
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Ishq Walla Love

This album is carefully crafted offering a bevy of lyrical variety. The lyrics by Vennelakanti, Chandrabose, Bhuvanachandra, Ramajogayya Sastry are there for all age groups.
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Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya

The very name Keeravani inspires many to expect much from him. After creating some memorable songs in the company of Rajamouli, Keeravani comes out with a music that is distinct.
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Ice Cream 2

The album has music by Satya Prakash, who gets into the skin to belch out what RGV wants. There is a song which has sensuous music and there is another horror-like one with ice cream as the central character.
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Current Teega

Manoj refuses to be routine. In this album, he gets the songs bear his imprint. On his part, Achu delivers a decent enough output, never mind the inspirations.
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Loukyam

With Gopichand as the hero, Anup Rubens must have found it challenging to fine tune his style to suit the hero. He does a good job in that.
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Govindudu Andarivadele

The title says it all. The film has got eclectic situations for distinct songs. And the album doesn't belie our expectations.
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Kotha Prema

Thaman is usually watched out for big-ticket movies. In this non-star film, Thaman scores a good musical output. What's more, unlike the commercial, masala numbers he is known for, he goes subdued for two fo the numbers here.
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Aagadu

From word go, Aagadu is all about the ''Feel of Thaman''. He begins the very first song on a high note by dishing out a pulsating number, chipping in the services of none other than Shankar Mahadevan. The album has a song written by Sri Mani and the others by the redoubtable Bhaskarabhatla. The latter wears a creative cap that turns out many lyrical vulgarisms.
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Power

The very title must have got Thaman give foot-tapping numbers. Added to the title, Ravi Teja is the one doing the 'power' role. So, don't expect anything less than a sure-short mass album. And this one is exactly that.
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Rabhasa

When it is Thaman, expect a lot of exuberance in the air. As if to match the title's theme, he dishes out a rumbustious music. If that is a qualification, the rumbustiousness of Rabhasa is not in many colours. Thaman induces a deja vu feeling in two songs, while the others live up to his image.
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Geethanjali

Praveen Lakkaraju's music for this album is inspired. The album, nevertheless, is decently entertaining. It has got a melange of voices and genres of music.
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Run Raja Run

'Run Raja Run's music director seems to have begun with experimenting a bit. Maybe he was wanted that way by his director. The album has got a quirky side to it. A song crooned by Chinmayee, that comes in the end, is the best in two senses: the music as well as its ability to undo the offbeat feel of the whole album.
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Alludu Seenu

When it is Devi Sri Prasad, everyone has high expectations. ''Alludu Seenu'' is an album that manages to dish out average music.
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Pora Pove

'Pora Pove' is a mediocre album with some of the songs bordering on the banal. Music directed by Vindo Yajamanya, it has all seven songs in total, most of them insubstantial.
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