Ram-leela music review part 1

One of the most anticipated album of the year, Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Ram Leela is out and Biscoot B-Now gives you a track by track review of what can easily be termed as the 'a soul stirring and mesmerizing experience'. Ram Leela joins the rank of Bhansali's previous films like Khamoshi, Devdas, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam where he makes a return to his forte and composing some mind blowing tunes.
Listen to Ram Chahe Leela http://bajao.biscoot.com  
Bhoomi Trivedi belts out the opening title track like a rockstar that will have Priyanka Chopra grooving to the addictive chorus, "Ram chahe Leela, chahe Leela chahe Ram, in dono ke love mein duniya ka kya kaam." From the opening beats to the verses, the song is nothing like you have heard on the radio. There is a grungy feel to it, at the same time the essence of undying love comes out effortlessly. http://bajao.biscoot.com/#!/song/87558
Listen to Lahu Munh Lag Gaya http://bajao.biscoot.com  
The second track sets the tone for the rest of the album. Live folk instruments and a singer belting out a tune in a regional dialect open the song. Shail Hada does a fantastic job of seducing you into staying with him till the end of the composition.  You will hear sounds and riffs here that haven't been played in a studio for a long time.  A definite grower.
Listen to Ang laga de re http://bajao.biscoot.com  
Aditi Paul joins Shail Hada as she seductively croons, "Ang laga de re, mohe rang laga de re" in a tone that captivates you in an instant.  A slow yet melodic composition this one draws you in as the song reaches the 3 minute mark, where it transforms into a hypnotic trancey love song. The lyrics are in perfect sync with the melody.

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