Topic started by Normal Man (@ 220.127.116.11) on Sat Sep 1 22:27:40 EDT 2001.
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Looking at the recent albums released (sans a few), every one of them seems to sound repetitive, a rehash of an old song or an abrupt copy of a particular composing and arrangement style. An example to quote would be the songs in 12B and Majnu, which are not only inferior in lyrics delivery, but also an abrupt copy of ARR's style. Similarly the songs of Poovelam In Vaasam has a strong influence of IR's old tunes (Kaadhal Vandadhum..... song is the tune of "thaalatu kekadha per ingu yaaro..." a Ramarajan movie song). This stlye has kind of become stale, because there is not much of innovation but for technical innovation in recording. I personally feel this constitutes only 10% of a song's longevity. For sure, new sounds were tried by IR (in Guru, Bharathi and Hey Ram) and ARR (Dil Se and Iruvar). But I think there is a terrible need to rehash and overhaul current TFM's state. What do you think people and whom do you think will show the way for this?
- From: Tamizh Music (@ 18.104.22.168)
on: Tue Sep 4 20:02:32 EDT 2001
Yes Yes Yes
- From: cosmician (@ 22.214.171.124)
on: Wed Sep 5 01:18:52 EDT 2001
Not even 10 years since the change in trend in TFM and you already want something new ?
- From: kiru (@ 126.96.36.199)
on: Wed Sep 5 11:59:07 EDT 2001
Dont ask for new sound..They will alter/process the tracks with reverb/effects/distortion and will give you a new sound :) Ask for new music !!
- From: Normal Man (@ 188.8.131.52)
on: Wed Sep 5 20:12:09 EDT 2001
10 varushama kooda nilaika (sagikka) mudiyadha dhanalathaan I feel the need for a new sound oops new music.
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