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Mugamoodi Music Review

Time:10:04 am Date: July 28, 2012

Film: Mugamoodi

Starring: Jeeva, Narain, Pooja Hegde, Selvaah

Director: Mysskin

Producer: UTV Motion Pictures

Banner: UTV Motion Pictures

Music: K

Mugamoodi is the first superhero script in Tamil films being directed by Mysskin. Director has roped in young music scorer K. for the audio album and background scores of Mugamoodi. UTV Motion Pictures is prestigiously produced Mugamoodi featuring Jeeva, Pooja Hedge, Narain and Nasser in the lead roles.

Here we quickly have a look on Mugamoodi music review…..

Song 1: Vaayamoodi Summa Iru Da

Singer: Aalap Raju

Lyrics: Karky

Rating: 4/5

A very good start to the album, sheer melody and a classy composition by K. Listening to Vaayamoodi Summa Iru Da track no one can stop us from spelling out the lyrics. The dialogues in the beginning and Aalap Raju’s vocals are apt choice for the song. It has beautiful guitar notes composed by K. and the catchy lyrics by Karky have taken the song a step higher. It is sure to top the chartbusters and will sure to entertain music lovers and youngsters will make it their ring tones.

Song 2: Bar Anthem [Kudi vaazhthu...]

Singer: Mysskin

Lyrics: Mysskin

Rating: 3.5/5

Director Mysskin has turned lyricist with this Bar Anthem, who has also singed it. Yet another song rendered by Mysskin after Kannadasan Kaarakudi. Kudi vaazhthu... is percussion packed melody based on the TASMAC crowd with the culture of boozing to forget all tensions. The song seems to be a visual feast compared to listening, but certainly entertains our bar visitors.

Song 3: Maayavi

Singer: Chinmayi

Lyrics: Karky

Rating: 3/5

Maayavi song might be made with the intension to bring out the seriousness in viewers and it seems to be a situational song. Chinmayi has tried her best in bringing out the song well along with the different instrumentals used in it. Somehow Maayavi turns out to be a typical Myskkin style of developing eagerness in the audiences that makes us remember his earlier films.

Song 4: Vaayamoodi Summa Iru Da [Guitar]

Singer: Aalap Raju

Lyrics: Karky

Rating: 4/5

This yet another with no changes in the original one, but few more pieces of guitar notes were added to improve the feel to that of the fist one.

Theme 1: Blue Panther on the prowl

Rating: 3/5

The piece seems resembling the theme of Mugamoodi that might be added to some of the chase sequences in the movie, raising pulses of the audiences high. Viewers are familiar with this theme that we have listen in the trailers released earlier.

Theme 2: Lullaby for loss

Rating: 3/5

It seems really Lullaby with the guitar notes and slowly raising high with the chorus. This theme is really dramatic with the ending instrumental marks.

Theme 3: Don’t drive your car with this music on

Rating: 4/5

Racy theme, a part of it is used in the trailers, yet fresh one. K. should be tapped for his creation with the help of electric instruments. Pretty theme that makes us conscious yet enjoys every single part of it.

Theme 4: Cape of good hope

Rating: 2.5/5

High orchestra of string and brass instruments are used with little percussive beats, might fit well with the situations on screen. But well used instruments and their levels.

Theme 5: Hell, heaven and the ladder

Rating: 3/5

Hell, heaven and the ladder, a short theme compared to the remaining, but has well composed variations, to show the little ladder between Hell and Heaven, as in its title.

Theme 6: Come let’s fall in love

Rating: 3/5

Come let’s fall in love, title itself make one remember their love. This soothing yet a big theme with some notes resembling ‘Vaayamoodi Summa Iru Da’ track is well versed with guitar, piano and violin bits.

Theme 7: Maayavi flute Theme

Rating: 3/5

The theme is the beautiful composition, with similar music earlier vocal by Chinmayi. But K. should be applauded to keep up the essence, even without the renditions.

Final Verdict: K.’s composition lifts up the Mugamoodi audio album. Looking forward to the background scores…