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Music Review : Vettaiyadu Vilaiyadu

Gautham Menon always gets the best out of Harris

The pair of Gautham Menon and Harris Jayaraj has hit the bull’s eye again. Following Minnale and Kakka kakka, the duo seems to be ready to rock the audience with top notch stuff in Vettaiyadu villaiyadu.
Kamal & Jyothika
1. Karka Karka (Devan, Tippu, Nakul, Andrea)

It is a typical Harris Jeyaraj song with western percussions and unique blend of English sentences. The song is a peppy number. Lyrics of Thamarai describe the hero with a eulogy from pallavi to sharanam - “Thupakkiyum Thottavaithan Kadalithan, Endralum Kaaki Satyaithan Kaipidithan, Than Savai Sattaipayil Vaithu Engayum Selkinran”. The words and the well tailored music are sure to stir the youth. Devan’s voice resembles the number in ‘Naan Penna Nee Paper’ of Pancha Thanthiram. Andrea has given additional weight with her voice. Tippu and Nakul’s voices are used as a swathe.
2. Partha Mudhal (Bombay Jayshree, Unni Menon)

After Vaseegara and Ondra Renda, it is now Partha Mudhal a love duet by Bombay Jeyashree and Unni Menon. Jeyashree’s deep and sonorous voice captures the romantic mood with great feeling. This song has beautifully orchestrated Indian classical music like Veena, Nadaswaram and a change of pace with drums. It showcases Harris’ brilliance. Partha Mudhal would surely be liked by all sections because of its unique combination of romantic lyrics and fast paced rhythm.
Harris Jayaraj

3. Manjal Veyil (Hariharan, Vijay, Nakul)

Hariharan lifts Manjal Veyil to stratospheric heights with his flawless rendition. His passionate singing in the song which describes the ladylove makes it remarkable. Guitar and Saxophone form the main stay of orchestration and it catches the mood of the song well. The blending of three voices and the closing chorus is awesome.

Kamal & Kamalini
4.Uyirilae (Mahalaxmi, Srinivas)

A slow paced melodious track by Mahalaxmi and later joined by Srinivas is a soothing number with heartbeat sound in the background. The words can be clearly followed without a karaoke. Music has been blended in between after the verses or end of line and this makes the song more comfortable for the listeners. A number exclusive for melody seekers but passed over by Gana bystanders.

5. Nerupae (Faranco, Sholar Sai, Sowmya Ray)

Nerupae opens with the husky voice of Sowmya. It appears to be a hip and happening song. Faranco’s voice modulation is bubbly and the real stealer of the show is Sowmya whose voice resembles that of Malgudi Shuba. Her energetic and full throated singing add fizz to ‘Nerupae Sikki Mukki Nerupae’. The song with hot words might sizzle the young crowd.

The album has not let down expectations. It is the usual mix by Harris. However, Bombay Jeyashree’s contribution and the beautiful lyrics by poetess Thamarai are the greatest assets to the album. Harris once again proves his mastery in orchestration and the audio will surely be a hit like Minnale or Kakka Kakka.
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