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Contributed by Avinash Ramchandani
I was fascinated with AR Rahman's music in this album when I got it, so different, yet so similar, yet so good! Out of Rahman's three new albums, Tu Hi Mera Dil, Chor Chor and Love Birds, Love Birds has turned out to be the best.
The album starts out differently, "No Problem" (sung by a hard to understand Apache Indian and AR Rahman himself) is a Reggae song that seems to be dominated by Apache's music in the beginning, but suddenly the Apache side dies out and Rahman's music is shown clearly through. "No Problem" delivers as a great change to the normal Rahman music and the typically boring, but overly excited Apache Indian.
"Come On Come On" is an excellent number rendered by Udit Naryan. Rahman's music deviates away from his normal again. "Milgaye Malgaye" is just a typical Rahman slow number that seems like every other slow song (i.e. "Tu Hi Re" from Bombay and "Sun Ri Sakhi" from Humse Hai Muqabala) that he has made. "Samba Samba" is another one of the fast, weird numbers of this album. It is sung outstandingly by Aslam Mustafa. "Na Ho Kal" is just another of the AR Rahman slow songs.
AR Rahman shows great diversity with this album. P.K. Mishra doesn't have much to do in this album. His lyrics are mediocre. This album is good because of outstanding singing and Rahman's showing of diversity.
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