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Artist(s): Devi Sri Prasad
Lyricist: Chandrabose
This is a song which will pump motivation and inspire the listeners. The opening takes off on a charging note and the drum beats mixed with guitar gives the right thrust. The pace of the song is quite good and there is enough energy and intensity in the voice of the singer giving it a punch. The lyrics are written in the right manner and it will give the adrenaline boost to the listeners.
Nenante Naaku     
Artist(s): Adnan Sami
Lyricist: Rama Jogayya Sastry
This is the highlight song of the album which has already become a chartbuster. It takes off on a melodious note and as the music is well balanced with good guitar, keyboard, drums and the octapad. The real feel is delivered by the singer for the emotional voice and crooning. The lyrics have been penned in a very clever way and they convey the essence of romance in an intelligent way.
Yelango Yelango     
Artist(s): Jaspreet Jasz, Chinmayee
Lyricist: Rama Jogayya Sastry
This is more like an African tribal song with a Jamaican flavour. Though the opening is like that, the song eventually settles into nativity beat. The Conga drums and its mixing with the guitar and other instruments is nice. A very good chemistry is seen between both the singers and that adds value. The lyrics are penned in a right manner and the way the names of countries are stitched is entertaining.
Love Ante Caring     
Artist(s): Francisco Castelleno
Lyricist: Ananth Sriram
This is a romantic solo but then its pace is more of a fast beat than a soft melody. The opening of the track begins with good guitar and drum beats. These are joined by the keyboard and the electronic beats. The singer has stressed at the right points and uses an accent which is youthful. The lyrics are written with a poetic flavour and they explain the essence of the character's mood promptly.
Sri Anjaneyam     
Artist(s): MLR. Karthikeyan
Lyricist: Sirivennela Seetharama Shastry
This is a hard hitting number and it opens with few dialogues from NTR Junior in a raw manner. The song picks up with high energy and the beats are thumping. The usage of Damarukam and the traditional instruments with drums is every energetic. Equally good is the voice which has rendered the song with passion. The best among the lot is the lyrics which are written with full fervor and adrenalin. This is a good number.
Artist(s): Vijay Prakash, Neha Bhasin
Lyricist: Ananth Sriram
A melodious romantic duet, the number takes off on a soft note and one can see the typical Devi Sri flavour in this. The background beat is constant in this and the upper notes are amended with guitar, keyboard etc. The song gets a refreshing touch with the female singer and the way she has modulated the number. The lines have been created with good rhyme and rhythm with catchy words.
Dandiya India     
Artist(s): Mukesh, Suchitra
Lyricist: Ananth Sriram, Suchitra
This is more like a dance number and the duet opens with a traditional mass beat. The drums, keyboard, synthesizer, octapad are in good sync with each other. The duet was rendered with full gusto by both the singers and they have merged their voices well with the beat. The lyrics are also a highlight with interesting lines and significant adjectives to match the moods.
Oosaravelli (Theme Song)     
Artist(s): Ujjayinee Roy
Lyricist: Rama Jhogaya Sastry, Devi Sri Prasad
This is the title song of the album and has the right punch and energy in it. The opening is with the electric guitar and good drums. The beats are thumping and it will appeal to the Nandamuri fans and the masses. The song gets a thrust from the singer who gives a husky touch to it with her crooning. The final touch is the lyrics which will connect well with the masses and boost the star image.
Bharatstudent verdict: The album has some solid numbers and two or three tracks have the appetite for getting into the chartbuster list. However, this is not an album which will catch you in the first listening. One has to go through the album two to three times to get into its groove. As expected, the focus is more on the beats and the energy levels than the melody. So, the songs would be fit for a season and forgotten later. Overall, this can be bought for those selected numbers.
Tags: Audio Review: Oosaravelli
Posted On : 4th October, 2011
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