Dasavatharam music is becoming popular day by day. Kuruvi gets the second place followed by Santhosh Subramaniam, Yaaradi Nee Mohini and Anjathey.
Ulaganayagane from the film Dasavatharam
Songs are composed by Himesh Reshammiya. Ulaganayagane, sung by Vineeth, begins with a slender voice, melting smoothly into a burst of heavy rhythms and instrumental music. Vairamuthu’s lyrics toast the Ulaga Nayagan with eternal youth.
Palaanathu palaanathu from the film Kuruvi
Vidyasagar has composed the tunes for this film. The composer himself has lent his voice with S Rajalakshmi to render the next track Palaanathu palaanathu, the title track which begins with robust drum beats. It is racy stuff in techno style. There is hip-hop and a bhangra touch in between.
Senthamizh pesum azhagu from the film Santhosh Subramaniam
Devi Sree Prasad has composed the music. The opening number Senthamizh pesum azhagu Juliet rendered by Ranjith and Andrea starts off in rock and roll style. It then progresses into a foot-tapping piece with classical thillana chorus and then moves over to a western genre towards the end.
Oh baby from the film Yaaradi Nee Mohini
Yuvan Shankar Raja has set the tunes for this film.Oh baby rendered by Haricharan, Naveen, Andrea and Bhargavi is another piece with an undercurrent of pensive melody. Love is the theme and there is stress on the pain of betrayal too with the lover even wailing that love can even be a curse. Impressive rendition, mild hip hop in between, medium paced immaculate rhythm, guitar strains and good chorus all together provide enjoyable harmony.
Kattazha kannalae from the film Anjathey
Sundar C Babu has scored music for Anjathey. Naveen Madhav’s full-throated rendition of Kattazha kannalae is enhanced by good rhythmic support, 20robust orchestra, and chorus and catchy nadaswaram passages. It is a love song with Kabilan’s lyrics portraying the lover drooling over the beauty of his sweetheart. The singer’s voice sounds raw and requires fine tuning.