AADAMA JEICHOMADA MUSIC REVIEW
Staring : Simhaa, Karuna Karan, Balaji, Vijaylakshmi
Director : Badri
Music : Sean Roldan
Production : P. Madhusudhanan
Aadama Jeichomada is Sean Roldan's next album, for a movie based on cricket match fixers. The composer is known for his unique orchestrations, what has he come up with here?
Odura Nari : Singer - Sean Roldan, Lyrics - Sean Roldan
A cheeky start to the album. Sean Roldan has both crooned the track and also written the lyrics. A rap number with crazy vocals, altogether a passable listen.
Nalellam : Singer - Shaktisree Gopalan, Lyrics - GKB
Another drummy number for Shaktisree, following Angyaade from Raja Rani. Based on the relationship between a girl and her 'mama'. Shaktisree's effortless vocals carry this through, an enjoyable number.
Thanniyila : Singers - Pradeep, Divya, Lyrics - GKB ( PICK )
The lovely combo of Pradeep Kumar and Divya Ramani (Manasula Soora Kathey) get together for this neatly organized number, to which you will love lending your ears to. The lyrics are simple but effective, working in tandem with the lilting music.
Oneday Enum Match : Singer - Alphonse Joseph, Lyrics - Pa. Vijay ( PICK )
A superb rock song with the hard-hitting voice of Alphonse Joseph. Albeit the instrumentation being mainstream, this one is the centre-stage track of the album, with all the three departments fitting in like a T.
Nalla Kettuka Padam : Singers - AL. Raghavan, Sean Roldan, Lyrics - Ramesh Vaidhya
The title track of the album is here, and it is a mediocre one. The composition is what makes this listenable, with the use of striking sounds and frequent instrumental changeovers. Ramesh Vaidhya's lyrics are based on the lives on the match fixers, laudable.
Sean Roldan's soundtrack for Aadama Jeichomada is inferior to his earlier albums. However, this is no damp squib thanks to his eloquent compositions in Thanniyila and Oneday Enum Match. Aadama Jeichomada is a decent album which might garner the attention of the young gen music lovers.
- Siddarth Srinivas
Verdict : Copacetic music from Sean Roldan. ( Rating 2.75 / 5 )