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Dhaam Dhoom Music Review

Dhaam Dhoom Music Review
Jayam Ravi, Kangana Ranaut, Lakshmi Rai, Nizhalgal Ravi, Janaki Sabesh, Anu Haasan, Chethan, Mahadevan, Bose, Srinath, Mariya
Harris Jayaraj
Harris all the way
IndiaGlitz [Wednesday, May 28, 2008 • தமிழ்] Comments

Harris Jayaraj had always shared an excellent rapport with director Jeeva. They have teamed up to render some chartbusters in `12B', `Ullam Ketkumae' and `Unnale Unnale' before.

The two seems to continue the same in `Dhaam Dhoom'. Though Jeeva had met with a  premature end even before the movie is completed, the songs goes on to prove that he has managed to get the best from Harris Jayaraj and that the songs would continue to live and spread the legacy of Jeeva.

`Dhaam Dhoom' adds to the list of topnotch albums rendered by Harris Jayaraj. It has everything a music-lover would ask for - melody, hip-hop, jazz and Indian classical.

The apt choice of singers and good use of instruments and perfect synchronization are the hallmark of the album `Dhaam Dhoom'.

Anbae Anbae (Harish Raghavendra, Prasanna)

Harris starts off with a melody. No better person that Harish Raghvendra has rendered his vocals. A classy song, it has melody written all over it.

With a catchy interlude and typical Harris style of humming, the song sticks to our heart immediately.

Dhiku Dhiku (Benny and Sayanora)

A rhythmic and racy song in the album rendered by Benny and Sayanora. The peppy beats and the narrative lyrics deserve a mention. Benny continues his sublime form, while Sayanora is a surprise pocket in the song.

Hats off Harris for the energy oozing in the number.

Pudhu Pudhu (Benny, Guna and Suchithra)

No song of Harris is complete without a rap. This refreshing number has an English rap in the interlude and is a typical Harris composition.

An apt one for disco floors, the song has rock interlude in the middle.

Saghiyae (Krish, Jayashree)

The song of the album. Harris is at his best oozing with great energy in the number. Krish in the company of Jayashree elevates the listeners to new world.

Watch out for the musical interludes.

Uyilalo (Kailash Kher and Sujatha)

Watch out for the ethnic flavor in the number. A take off from Harris' previous earlier composition in `Anniyan' (Andankakka), the song has Kailash Kher rendering it in the company of Sujatha.

Racy and lively number.

Aathiyilae (Haricharan)

A catchy bit song that grabs immediate attention. Haricharan is awesome as usual and the lyrics are equally good. Harris' mastery in coming up with good melodies is brought to the fore with the song.

All said, it is a delightful album with Harris scoring all the way.