Let’s talk about music

Fresh from the success of F.A.L.T.U, Sachin-Jigar churn out a good mix of songs in their next album. While the focus is on rock, urban songs, they do sneak in a melodious song. This is not one of the best albums to come out this year, but I did notice it for one song – Saibo.

Album: Shor in the City (2011)
Music Composers: Sachin-Jigar, Harpreet
Singers: Shreya Goshal, Tochi Raina, Suri Jagan, Priya Panchali, Swati Mukund, Mohan, Shriram Iyer, Roop Kumar Rathod, Agnee, Kailash Kher
Lyricist:  Sameer
Album Rating:

Singers: Shreya Goshal, Tochi Raina
Music Composers: Sachin-Jigar
Lyrics: Sameer

Shreya and Tochi accompany each other in this wonderful musical journey and it’s a treat for your ears. The song has a catchy tune and a soothing effect on your ears. For me, this is the best song in the album.

Karma is a *****
Singer: Suri Jagan, Priya Panchali, Swati Mukund
Music Composers: Sachin-Jigar
Lyrics: Sameer

In total contrast to the previous song, this one is a total urban, rock kind of song. Never mind the lyrics, but I didn’t find this song appealing. It’s not for me and I admit it. Hope the disco-goers like it.

Singer: Mohan
Music Composer: Sachin-Jigar

Another mediocre song which is easily forgotten once it stops playing.

Deem Deem Tana
Singer: Shriram Iyer
Music Composer: Harpreet

Shriram Iyer (remember Indian Idol?) belts out this song with energy and passion. This seems like a situational dance number. Hope it works well. This is a composition by the guest composer Harpreet.

A budding music composer duo and just four songs in the album doesn’t really make it commercially viable, does it? There are 3 bonus tracks in the album – Babam Bam by Kailash Kher, Ujale Baaz by Agnee and the melodious Sufi Song Teri Justajoo by Roop Kumar Rathod.

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Comments on: "Shor in the City: Mediocre, except for one song" (1)

  1. You must like my collection also as your is awesum

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