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For all those waiting for the audio of Orange, it is finally out. Harris Jayaraj, has been consistently giving hits with his Tamil dubbing versions, and gets a chance to prove himself in Telugu yet again. The teasers have been amazing and enticing. Harris comes with up with yet another hit album.

1.Ola Olaala Ala
Singers : Karunya, Ranina Reddy
Lyricist: Surendra Krishna / Kedarnath Parimi

OrangeWhat happens when one of the smoothest voices of India, and one of the best musicians come together Ė the result is called Ola Olaala Ala! Even though the beginning isnít top notch Karunya pulls you into the myriad world of Harris Jayrajís Music! The lyricistsí inexperience shows and Telugu is not a language for two people to write one song! Though the song sounds more like Harrisí earlier song ĎMogindi Mogindi Sannaií from Ghatikudu Karunya ends up mesmerizing! A definite winner this one.

2. Chilipiga
Singer: Karthik
Lyricist: Vanamali

OrangeGuitars never made such an impression in any Telugu song so far! Chilipiga is one of the most western Telugu romantic Blues number and it is beautiful. It seems like Karthik and Vanamali have written a secret pact to come up with such soulful number again and again. Remember they were the ones who got together for Arerey Arerey in Happy Days. The only difference here is that Harris is far more impressive with his modulations in tune! The combination of saxophone and guitars is amazing though it seems the second stanzas are a touch dragging. However, Harris has this impeccable knack of making you get used to his music, and you will definitely fall for his charms.

3. Nenu Nuvvantu
Singer : Naresh Iyer
Lyricist: Vanamali

OrangeNaresh Iyer is Harris Jayarajís Trump Card time and again. He can add life to any ordinary tune with his amazingly refreshing voice and boyish charm. Though the Irish variation isnít impressive, thatís no big deal as Vanamali comes up with enticing combination of words. In the first three songs it is evident that Harris has put in maximum effort to showcase Ramcharan Teja as a lover boy. All RCT now needs to do is look cool and groove his body!

4. Hello Rammante
Singers : Vijay Prakash, Devan, Dr.Burn
Lyricist: Ramajogayya Sastry

OrangeHello Rammante is a definitely variety song, if not in tune at least rhythm wise. The beat is new for Telugu audience, and most listeners will find themselves tapping their feet. Harris keeps the song simple just mixing electric guitars with a decent acoustic guitar chord.

5. Oírange
Singer: Benny Dayal
Lyricist: Vanamali

OrangeRight at the start, youíll know this song is tuned to cater to the dancing skills of Ramcharan. Itís got a fast beat for a change in the album, and a song that complements it. The mix of percussions is interesting throughout the song. Benny uses this song to showcase his talents as a singer. Harris Jayaraj was obviously inspired by Rahmanís Lattoo from Ghajiniprologue as he employs the same kind of voice over hear!

6. Rooba Rooba
Singers: Shail Hada, Chinmayi
Lyricist: Vanamali

OrangeThis one is the number that Harris has been teasing RCTís fans with in the promos. Itís got an amazing start for a song and Shail Hadaís voice has an interesting touch of Arabic feel to it or was it intentional? Although Rooba Rooba is probably too slow at times, it will get to you after listening again and again.

The songs of Orange are definitely new for Telugu audiences, and that is the best part of the album. As mentioned earlier, Harris Jayaraj has taken all care to give a complete Blues feel to the album, and ensure that Ram charan will be looked at as a lover boy. Almost all the songs start inspiringly well come across as simple in the middle, but they keep you wanting for more. All said and done, the music in this album grows onto you! Buy the original today!



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