You can listen to the soundtrack here.
Don’t let the cheesy title mislead you, Kaadhal Oru Butterfly is one refreshing listen, Harris Jayaraj putting to full use his flair with use of guitars in an addictive arrangement. Aalap Raju and Hemachandran handle the lead vocals quite nicely while Sunitha Sarathy makes her presence felt even with her humming. Sadly the composer relapses to his reusal habits in Azhage Azhage, with a template that goes as far back as his Laysa Laysa days! Mukesh and Sri Madhumita sound lovely, but that is just not enough to sustain interest in this one. Aalap Raju-Chinmayi-Sharmila’s Akila Akila is more recent though, strongly reminiscent of Amali Thumali, except that the latter was better. Adada Oru is an improvement, though with borrowed elements from Oru Mugamo from Bheema (thanks to @gunmaster_g9 for pointing out this similarity). The sinister orchestration and Karthik’s heartfelt singing prop the song over all the déjà vu. The soundtrack ends with Venaam Machan, a kuthu song, a genre that always works for me. Naresh Iyer and Velmurugan do the honors rendering the quirky lyrics.
OK OK soundtrack from Harris Jayaraj for OKOK (Oru Kal Oru Kannaadi). I would have been much happier with more of the Kaadhal Oru Butterfly kind.
Music Aloud Rating – 6.5/10
Top Recos: Kaadhal Oru Butterfly, Venaam Machan, Adada Oru