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Paiyaa Music Review

Paiyaa Music Review
Thirupathi Brothers
Karthi, Tamannah
Subash Chandrabose
Yuvan Shankar Raja
Fantastic five
Tuesday, November 24, 2009 • Hindi Comments

If someone say Yuvan Shankar Raja is not in his best form this year, it is obvious that they had not listened to songs from `Paiyaa'. The music composer has come out with a beautiful album in association with Lingusamy, which has five scintillating songs that make you fall in love as soon as you listen to them.

Lending ample support to Lingusamy's claim that the Karthi-Tamannah starrer would be a racy and breezy entertainer, the songs by Yuvan set the perfect mood besides raising the levels of expectation on the movie.

1. Adada Mazhaida - Listen here

Singer: Rahul Nambiar, Saindhavi

Reminding you `Dhavani Potta Deepavali.' from `Sandakozhi' is `Adada Mazhaida.' The song by Rahul Nambiar and Saindhavi sounds good and creates a peppy mood. Saindhavi's rendition towards the end is noteworthy. Yuvan's folk template works well.

2. En Kadhal Solla - Listen here

Singer: Yuvan

It touches the soul straight away. Yuvan, as usual, excels in orchestration particularly in the first interlude. The humming part that comes mildly in the background in between is addictive. Yuvan has improved a lot in rendition, one can say by all means.

3. Poongatre Poongatre - Listen here

Singer: Benny Dayal

A catchy tune, `Poongatre Poongatre' gives a mesmerizing feeling living true to the lyrics. Benny Dayal's rendition adds value to the lyrics. The song has got all ingredients to strike a chord with younger generation.

4. Suthudhe Suthudhe - Listen here

Singer: Karthik, Sunitha Sarathy

The cream of the soundtrack is `Suthudhe Suthudue'. The song, which starts in an ordinary note, picks up soon and enthralls as it progresses. The `ra-ra-ra-radhe' bit is awesome and is sure to be hummed by the audience in the coming days.

5. Thuli Thuli - Listen here

Singer: Haricharan, Tanvi

The song is so beautifully rendered by Haricharan and Tanvi. The music in the beginning and the 'sel sel avaludan sel' part is too good, though they remind of me some catchy earlier songs. The tune and Na Muthukumar's lyrics complement each other.

Overall, 'Paiyaa' strikes an instant chord with all qualities to top the charts. In other words, Lingusamy has extracted the best from Yuvan.