It all comes down to this: Oru Naalil –
A soothing song! Yuvan, who sings song in high
pitches, has tried something unusual in this song.
His voice is nice even for a song of this genre.
The song moves uniformly without much of high
and low pitch, with Yuvan’s voice maintaining
the right pace. For those who like soft melodies,
this song will be well liked.
Going thru emotions – Prelude
This is an instrumental which is a blend of Chaprya’s
symphony work and Yuvan’s brisk composition.
While the tune is pleasing, the use of Carnatic
music in the middle of the song is an innovative
Pul Pesum: (Vijay Yesudoss, Tanvi)
A peppy number reminding one of the song, ‘January
Matham,’ of 7G, Rainbow Colony. The voices
of the singers are a major plus in the song. Especially,
the voice of Tanvi which is unique. Vijay Yesudoss
has experimented with his voice.
Night Life: Vaariya (Narayan, Ranjith, Vasu, Naveen)
A hard-hitting song! The title rightly describes
the song’s mood resembling the night life
of a thug in a city. The use of drums at appropriate
places makes the song special. The singers who
form the chorus of Yuvan’s composition,
have done a good job.
Clash of the Titans: The war cry
With this kind of instrumental, Yuvan has raised
the standards of Indian music to that of Hollywood.
The orchestra group has given the right kind of
chirping to the tune. Initially, the tune is very
fast but ends off slowly giving the feel of a
Oru Naalil: Composer’s Dream Mix –
A party song! This is a fast paced and a foot-tapping
number in the album. The song remembers old Ilayaraja’s
compositions in the mid 70’s. With a mix
of westernized music and Indian sounds, the song
sets the mood for a party.
is brilliant in terms of his composition and the
album can be a mile stone for the young composer.