Hey ya feels good; the phrase itself really catchy and sweet. Electronic sounds used in the back ground are thankfully done in moderation, contributing to the feel of the track set by the vocals including the harmonies. Kaisi Hai yeh Udaasi flatteres to deceive, with Kailash Kher sing and interesting beginning with the Ganjira, the tune however is ordinary and is not powerful enough for what it attempts to convey. Alyssa Mendosa, eventhough singing only the repetitive line throughout Uff Teri Adaa impresses leaving one wanting for more. Shankar Mahadevan delivers as usual in this track and the arrangement is typical of the composers, but catchy. Â Jaane yeh kya hua is standard issue, with the ever reliable vocals of KK backing it. The title track by SEL has a mysterious air about it, aptly paced, with a good mix of vocals and effects. The title track by Midival Punditz and Karsh Kale is catchy in spite of sounding familiar, with a good mix of effects patches and makes an impact right from the start. The album, though not outstanding lives up to expectations.
Recommended Tracks: Hey Ya, Uff Teri Ada, Title track
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