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Album: Kadal (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Artist: A.R. Rahman

  • Genre: Tamil
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 7

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 Sony Music Entertainment India Pvt. Ltd.

Tracklist For Kadal (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) By Artist A.R. Rahman

Title Artist Time
Chithirai Nela A.R. Rahman & Vijay Yesudas 5:04 USD 1.29
Adiye A.R. Rahman & Sid Sriram 5:01 USD 1.29
Moongil Thottam A.R. Rahman, Abhay Jodhpurkar & Harini 4:35 USD 1.29
Elay Keechan A.R. Rahman 6:11 USD 1.29
Nenjukkule A.R. Rahman & Shakthisree Gopalan 4:50 USD 1.29
Anbin Vaasale A.R. Rahman & Haricharan 5:13 USD 1.29
Magudi Magudi A.R. Rahman, Aaryan Dinesh Kanagaratnam, Chinmayi Sripada & Tanvi Shah 3:31 USD 1.29

Reviews For Kadal (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) By Artist A.R. Rahman

  • Epic Awesomeness

    By NattaSandeep
    Album in loop.. AR Rahman hand crafted work
  • Awesome songs

    By Naven J...
    All songs are beautiful i love them!!!!!
  • Another masterpiece from AR

    By Snoopy
  • Nothing short of the BEST magician!

    By Jacob_Thomas
    Rahman outshines his last masterpiece yet again - this guy is a true master magician! I have particularly enjoyed his use of jazz undertones in songs like "Adiye" in this album, and "Aaromale" in Vinnathaandi Varuvaayaa. I love the wide range of sounds he uses to construct the melody of the song, typically complemented with equally binding background singers. Totally blissful.
  • Elay Keechan is an earworm

    By aamiransari
    (Disclosure: I don't speak Tamil so I can only comment on the music.) Really enjoyed Elay Keenchan, Chithirai Nela and Nenjukulle. However, the MTV Unplugged version of Nenjukulle is much nicer. The thudding beat on the soundtrack album takes away from the melody and flow of the song. Sometimes simpler is better. Nice to see A R Rahman back in form after the disastrous Jab Tak Hai Jaan - seriously, did he just phone that one in. Here's looking forward to some more great music.
  • Good

    By mauddib
    Mr. Rahman seems to be evolving as this is highly experimental music. One may need to hear it multiple times to appreciate it. It is still quite good and it seems that Mr. Rahman tends to save his best for Mr. Mani Ratnam..
  • Awesome music

    By Tarapinktutu
    Worth every penny spend on this album.
  • He did it again!

    By ~Ara~
    nailed it.
  • Listened more than 1000 times in jus few days

    By vinodharrfan
    Magudi Magudi... is awesome. I wonder how the picturization would be for this song.
  • Masterpiece is its every possible sense

    By Rvvind
    This one is for keeps. I can see myself getting lost in this album 10 years from now. Such is the timeless quality of music in this album. Don't get me wrong, while Rahman is an undoubted genius however there are a few albums that have proven to be ok/good/great/really great. This is one, I believe is sublime and one of the greatest pieces of music he has made this far.

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