Tik Tik Tik Music Review Ratings: ( 3/ 5)✫✫✫

January 06, 2018

Tik Tik Tik Title Song 
Lyrics: Madhan Karky, Yogi B
Singers: Yuvan Shankar Raja, Yogi B, Sunitha Sarathy

Tik Tik Tik is a title track of the kind that films dream of - a strong composition backed with highly effective vocals and rap portions that is made to sound amazing.Tik Tik Tik seems like a forced marriage of rap and conventional vocals, but the accompanying elements give it a much needed vibe that correlates with the film’s theme (without which it would lose the status of being the title track). You might want to refer a dictionary to grasp Madhan’s authentic Tamil, but then isn’t it quite a feat to have puritan Tamil words in a space film’s title track? Save the out-of-place drum beats, Tik Tik Tik has every right to be justified as the title track.

Kurumba (Father's love)
Lyrics: Madhan Karky
Vocals: Sid Sriram

Imman makes a good, Carnatic based composition sound fantastic in Kurumba with Sid Sriram's voice forming the icing on the cake. Madhan Karky's lyrics explore the emotions of a new-gen dad beautifully, as they scribble with crayons and gorge on potato chips.From start to end, Kurumba sways with its emotional quotient. Look out for short stints of string music that serve as a springboard for the song’s pace. No surprise if this becomes the next adored father-son anthem.

Lyrics: Madhan Karky, Sri Rascol
Singers: Ranjith, Sri Rascol

Vinveera is a motivational song with rap portions, this time by Sri Rascol. Electric guitars and peppy beats make the song a nice listen,Vinveera however is bland at only a few junctures and striking in majority of its portions. Vinveera is the Monday morning pill you’ve been waiting for.

Kurumba Reprise (Mother's Love)
Lyrics: Madhan Karky
Singers: Mirthula Siva

Although the same composition as the Kurumba track sung by Sid, Mirthula Siva makes it sound super fresh, and Imman deserves as much credit - the sounds of this Kurumba are entirely different. Madhan talks about a new-gen mom this time, as she fights and cuddles with her loving little son. All mommies and sons out there, give it a try right now!

Race Against Time 
Instrumental: D.Imman

With uber cool dubstep style bass drops, Race Against Time takes twists and turns - predictably to suit the theme of the film - and takes us through the emotions of the film within the couple of minutes it spans. The ending, with the popular trombone phrase we all would have all heard in its promos, gives a nice touch.

Far Beyond Earth 
Instrumental: D.Imman

Far Beyond Earth is an instrumental but reminds us of its context as a track in a film about space now and then, as Imman blends sounds of computer effects as part of the music itself. The tune might not be completely novel, but the intended ominousness and a-challenge-that-lies-ahead idea is brought out well.

Verdict: Imman's earnestness is visible in his 100th album deserving a sure spot in your playlist.

Ratings: ( 3/ 5)✫✫✫

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