Topic started by cosmician (@ 188.8.131.52) on Sat May 5 02:22:54 EDT 2001.
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I was listening to a compilation of Hits of 2000. It had songs by ARR, KR, YSR and HJ. It's not that they sounded similar but each one should be having his own individual touches...I want some insights from modern music pundits...
- From: xyz (@ )
on: Wed Jun 13 01:15:50 EDT 2001
well, we should all go for ARR anyday - forget the differences.
- From: Omega (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Fri Jun 15 17:58:21 EDT 2001
1)There are 2 R's in ARR
one R in KR and YSR
but no R in HJ.
2) Even though KR and YSR have one R
YSR has got three letters Y, S and R
but KR has got only one R!
3) By ARR, reminds me of ARR sugandha paakku
KR - KRS perungaayam
YSR and IR - doesn't remind me of anything
- From: doubter (@ 220.127.116.11)
on: Fri Jun 15 18:42:11 EDT 2001
'YSR and IR - doesn't remind me of anything '
paavam, thaaththaavai vittudunga :-))))
- From: cosmician (@ 18.104.22.168)
on: Sat Jun 16 07:27:26 EDT 2001
konjum kinda kindala nipaati subjectukku vareengala ?!!! :) Good one but :)
- From: Vishwesh (@ 22.214.171.124)
on: Fri Jun 22 12:49:14 EDT 2001
The whole group sound the same. I think the reason is because of the same keyboard and the same recording studio. I think this is the right time for them to start using quality voices to give prominence to the lyrics, to give a variety!
There is subtle difference only with Deva who almost sounds with a difference, using almost the same electronic instruments.
- From: S T S (@ 126.96.36.199)
on: Sun Jun 24 13:17:29 EDT 2001
HJ = ARR
KR = IR
YSR != IR; YSR != ARR
This is the way they compose, not equating their potential/merit.
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