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Thillalangadi - Music Review
Yuvan Shankar Raja seems to be going strong and steady. He has been ruling the roost coming up with hit numbers at regular intervals. For 'Thillalangadi', he has joined hands with director Raja and 'Jayam' Ravi to deliver one of his musical best.

Ding Dong (Vijay Prakash, Naveen)

It's a fantastic opening number with a peppy beat. The chorus sounds good. Vijay Prakash is mesmerising and Naveen chips in with his best. Good beginning by Yuvan.

Sol Pecchu (Yuvan Shankar Raja, Chitra and Shreya Ghosal)

The song by Na Muthukumar has Yuvan singing it in the company of Chitra and Shreya Ghosal. It is more a discotheque style and is peppy and entertaining. Chitra is impressive. Yuvan's orchestration is good.

Poota Paathadhom (Suchitra)

The song by Vivega has Yuvan in full flow. It is more the repeat of the tune from the movie's original version Kick, the Telugu blockbuster. Suchitra is apt for the song singing it with gusto and energy.

Memory Loss (Kailash Kher, Ranjith)

Vivega has penned a difficult song with musch ease and simple words. The song carries the traits of ‘Memory Lossu’ from Telugu as the beats and lyrical lines share the similarity. Kailash Kher has crooned for the song.

Pattu Pattu (Silambarasan, Manasi Scott)

Silambarasan's voice is synonymous with energy. He recreates the magic here in ths song penned by Muthukumar. Both Simbhu and Manassi Scott are impressive.

Idhayam Karaigiradhey (Sri Vardhini)

Vivega has penned the song and it's more the retune of the original. It’s an emotional song which is sentimental too. Worth listening to.

Thothu Ponen ( Shankar Mahadevan)

Vivega's song starts with fast-beats. Shankar Mahadevan oozes with energy. Its rhythm pattern and harmony sound good. A Yuvan number, this one is attractive.

On the whole, the album is trendy and catchy.

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