Analysis:- The album starts of with the song ‘Chal Chale Chalo’ which is in typical DSP style. Sung by Raghu Dixit, this song has meaningful lyrics and the orchestration is Indian. This song instantly reminds you of tracks from DSP’s previous films, but the way the hook up line ‘Chal Chale Chalo’ is composed makes this song interesting.
Analysis:- The second song in the album is ‘One & Two & Three’ which is a quirky party number. Lyrics are interesting and gel with the song quite well. Mood of the song is upbeat and Sooraj’s singing is impressive. This song will hit you more once you listen to it multiple times.
Analysis:- Moving on, the third song in the album is the romantic number Seetakalam. Probably the best song in the album, this number hits you instantly with its soothing tune. Lyrics are romantic and the English rap in between is pretty good and makes it an instant chart buster.
Song 4 : Super Machi
Analysis:- The fourth song is the album is Super Machi. A full on mass number which has DSP’s trademark beats. Aimed totally at the masses, DSP makes this song his own with his energetic singing. There’s nothing special about the tune but the song will be a bigger hit after you watch Allu Arjun’s crazy dance steps.
Song 5 : Come to the Party
Analysis:- The album moves ahead with an interesting song ‘Come to the Party’. A complete jazz based number which has a true old school charm, this number has funny lyrics and Vijay Prakash’s singing makes it decently hummable.
Analysis:- The sixth song in the album is the fun song Jaaruko. Sung effortlessly by DSP’s brother Saagar, there is nothing great about the tune and the quirky lyrics are the only saving grace of this passable song.
Analysis:- The last song in the album is Vachyadu which is a situational song set in the village backdrop. There is nothing special about this number except for Javed Ali’s powerful voice.
On the whole, S/O Satyamuthy is surely not the best work from DSP. However, there are enough songs which will create an impact and top the charts. Chal Chale Chalo, Seetakalam and One & Two & Three are our picks and will be liked by one and all.
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