Monday, April 19, 2010
Shahid Kapoor-starrer Badmaash
What stands out in the soundtrack of Shahid Kapoor-starrer Badmaash Band is the absence of mortal singers. But unconnected from this individual, composer Pritam Chakraborty has cragfast to his earmark tool of brisk, fast-paced sound. The medium contains four originals and two remixes. The soundtrack starts off with a strain titled Ayaashi song by KK. It is a difficult song with a full use of auscultation. The upbeat grounds has all the qualities of comely a hit with the youngsters. It also has a remix variation, which has nil new to content. Next is a slightly off-the-road strain Jangle noise, which has been crooned by Mohit Chauhan in his youthful enounce. It begins with the strumming of the guitar and also has elements of rap in parts. The tune lyrics create the strain absorbing. Then there is Chaska dynasty by Avatar. It has a thin rustic form but fails to generate pursuit. It ends up as a very average strain. Chaska also has a remix edition, which is upright a short faste r-paced than the original. With "Fakeera", the medium takes a Mysticism channelise but with a careen form. Voiced by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, it is an integration of Amerind vocals and westernised euphony. It is quite an catchy grounds. The lastly separate is the wrapping's head itinerary by Comic Dayal. The strain has influences of penalization from Criminal Character films and is also musically kindred to the prototypal bar Ayaashi. The evidence is careful to transform a frequenter at DJ consoles. On the unit, the penalization of the enter is medium. Pritam has not experimented more and mostly sticks to his proved and tested name. The songs, nonetheless, could embellish hits on the dance room.