Orange Mittai Music Review

Orange Mittai Music Review

Music Reviews 1-Jul-2015 3:14 PM IST RM Comments

It’s been a long-long time we happened to get a full length entertainer from Vijay Sethupathi for some of his previous releases has been multi-starrer flicks. Apparently, he is back with ‘Orange Mittai’ with a double bang as actor and producer. Additionally, he has crooned for the first time and Justin Prabhakaran who composed music for his ‘Pannaiyarum Padminiyum’ has come up with a mix of some good melodies.

Straight Ah Poyee
Singer: Vijay Sethupathi

The song doesn’t boast of some fabulous tune, but has its own ethical factors to grab our attention. That’s precisely due to the colossally casual rendition of Vijay Sethupathi. The fun filled lyrics and the right blend of western rock rhythmic accompaniment by Justin adds some impressive aspects.

Theeradhe Aasaigal
Singer: Karthik

The song speaks about a man’s exhilarant mood of enjoying a journey and Karthik puts the best effort and the musical panorama with mild beats and instrumentals adorn the track. The lyrical lines are pretty good and if visuals are very well depicted, it would be an enjoyable song in theatres.

Orae Oru Oorla
Singer: Vijay Sethupathi

Again, the man is back with his vocalizing experiment. This time, he renders a nursery rhyme style with some tales involving a Lion, Fox and Rabbit, which indirectly denotes the characters played by Vijay Sethupathi and other characters that travel in an ambulance. Again, the visuals would be adding up more intensity.

Payanangal Thodarudhe
Singers: Naresh Iyer and Padmalatha

As the album comes to an end, we hear a duet very well tuned by Justin. The soothing mellisonant vocalisms of Naresh Iyer and Padmalatha are blissful. Compared to rest of the songs, this one is compellingly impressive, especially the interludes on strings and chorus.

Justin Prabhakaran made a good start with ‘Pannaiyarum Padminiyum’ and has abruptly transcended to the next level with this album. The melody ‘Payanangal Thodarudhe’ is the cherry-pick of this album and rest of the songs would surely have its scope with the visuals.

Verdict: Beautiful and innovative…

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