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David Tamil Music Review

Written By Chiyaan CVF on Friday, January 4, 2013 | 10:28 PM

The scintillating trailer of David has been keeping everyone hooked on with high expectations. From the moment, the news about unique story and characterizations spread like forest fires, the entire town is curiously looking out for the film’s release. The film revolves around two persons with the same name David (played by Vikram and Jiiva). The film is directed by Bejoy Nambiar of Hindi film Shaitan fame (also an associate director Manirathnam). The film has seven tracks with five music directors composing songs that include Bramfatura, Remo Fernandes, Kolaveri fame Anirudh, Maatibaan and Prashant Pillai. 

The album opens with a powerful track 
Vaazhkaiye (The Theme of David) that is crooned by Siddarth Basrur. The composition is extraordinarily done with lots of computerized effects. Music director Bramfatura deserves all praises for his prodigious job. It sounds like a situational song that has some philosophical lines written by lyricist Mohanrajan. 

Maria Pitache is version 2.0 of Suraangani style as the lines are so funny. And guess what? You can pick up the lyrics at the first time you hear it. Vikram’s rendition of song is an additional attraction as he joins Remo Fernandes, who has composed this track as well. The lyrics are written by Remo Fernandes along with V Elango. 

Kanave Kanave is a musical treat from Kolaveri fame boy Anirudh. The young music director seems to be still brooding over the fever of melody songs in ‘3’ for this one slightly reminiscences of his chartbuster songs in that album like Po Nee Po and Kannazhaga. Mohanrajan has spelled heart-touching lyrics and this song for sure will attract the listeners in a short span of time. Well, there are some chances for the song to make it as one of the best melodies of this year. The flutes and strings used during the prelude and interludes are engrossing. Mark our words! 

Manamay is going to a raging hit for its compelling lyrics. Of course, it’s a situational song that will start making huge waves with the visuals for it sounds like a track that is placed during the critical juncture of a film. Hats off to Mohanrajan for attention-grabbing lyrics that include Paadhai Maarum Podhu Nenjil Accham Thevai Illai are just fantabulous. Karthik has crooned the song with excellence and not to miss the outstanding composing by Prashant Pillai. Prashant Pillai continues to strike again with this song. This time, it’s a melodious duet that has mild instruments with singers Naresh Iyer and Shwetha Pandit embellishing the song to a greater magnitude. It is so obvious that lyricist Yugabharathi has exerted more energy over penning this song. 

Theerathu Poga Poga Vaanam is a fusion of Carnatic and Rock genre that are common in Hindi music industry and it looks like Maatibaan has composed the song in such flavour. Moreover, it sounds like the song is pictured on Jiiva for it is in such a style of some onstage performance. Nirali Karthik and Joyshanthi with their groovy vocalisms captivates our senses. Listen to this song as you begin your day and it’s gonna charge you with more energy. 

Machi is little out-of-the-box style as it is a raw song with hard metals and rock guitars ofn the track. Sanjeev Thomas gives an appealing feel of how a perfect rock star would possess the traits in his voice. Rendering two songs in different style, Prashant Pillai comes up with yet another difference. On the whole, David is a collage of various musical genres amongst which Prashant Pillai overshadows other musicians while Anirudh serves a melody in the same style of his debut album ‘3’.
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