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Slumdog Millionaire Import
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(UPDATE 11 Jan---Composer A.R.Rehman has won a Golden Globe for this soundtrack)
1. O... Saya - is a track with punch and is simply an intro
2. Riots - is no deal breaker
3. Mausam & Escape - is better and inspiring
4. Paper Planes - M.I.A.
5. Paper Planes [DFA Remix] - M.I.A.
These two tracks are worth the money... a little bit of disco....a little bit of rap...( which work even better in the film)
6. Ringa Ringa
7. Liquid Dance
8. Latika's Theme - the feel good track
9. Aaj Ki Raat - sung by Alisha Chinai, Alisha Chinoy, Mahalaxmi Iyer, Sonu Nigam...some of the best names in Bolly..a cool pop song
10. Millionaire ---the theme song -----good
11. Gangsta Blues
12. Dreams on Fire
13. Jai Ho ......the ending and the uplifting track
All these tracks, as always work better with the movies
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The "Slumdog Millionaire" soundtrack, with its mix of mostly upbeat instrumentals and vocals, is that rare exception. If you don't want to move to this music then check your pulse.
"O...Saya" and "Jai Ho," the former shown at the beginning of the movie, the latter at the end while the credits ran along with the Bollywood homage, are perfect party songs you'll want to listen to again and again. The ominous sound of "Riots" will remind you of the murder of the brothers' mother. "Dreams on Fire" and "Latika's Theme" are both a little sad and romantic. "Millionaire" is just inspiring and will remind you of the movie's climax. And you get not just one, but two versions of "Paper Planes."
I didn't think this was possible, but the "Slumdog" soundtrack surpasses even "Bend It Like Beckham." If you liked that soundtrack, you definitely want to check this one out.
The whole world is raving about this album and so is it worth it ?
Oh Yes ..absolutely a big emphatic YES.
Get it for the thunderous O Saya or the Riots
or Get it for the Grammy Nominated Paper Planes by MIA
or Get it for mellifluous and soothing Latika's theme or the wonderfully penned Dreams on Fire
or Get it for Liquid Dance - a wonderful fusion of Indian classical and western rhythms
or Get it for Gangsta Blues or Millionaire
or Get it for the joy that is 'Jai Ho'
or get it because its a Golden Globe nominated score
or simply get it because you Love music ....
or just because the name of the composer ...is A R Rahman
Just go ..get it ..
Verdict: Go buy it for its sheer brilliance and to experience the genius A.R.Rahman is.
Hopefully this album will inspire people new to A. R. Rahman's work to check out his other compositions. Truely, this music is every bit deserving of the awards it has garnered.