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Dil 2 Dil (Indipop)

Sonu Nigam is no longer the host of TVS Saregama. He's now pursuing a film singing career. Magnasound brings a love song compilation culling songs from his three albums, Deewane, Mausam and Jaan. The best song is Tu with music by Biddu. Despite his cliched background music, the song scores with a racy beat and stylishly executed graces. Maa ki jaisi, ABC and O Sudha too are by Biddu. The other songs, Kaise main kahoo, Tere ghar ki raaste, Tharo roop and Rabba rabba featured in Mausam and are by Ravi Pawar. If you missed all other Sonu Nigam albums, you can buy this one and forget about them.

Magnasound Rs 50

Dancz Attack (Remix)

Here's more of Sonu Nigam. He sings Biddu's song Star from the film Star in this album remixed by DJ Jiten. Other artistes are Babul Supriyo, Chandana Dixit and Mitali Chaudhary. Jiten says he "personally flew to India to work with the higest calibre of artists" such as Sonu Nigam, Babul Supriyo, Chandana Dixit and Mitali Chaudhary. But except for Sonu Nigam's competent singing there is not much calibre to speak of. The remixed songs are Pyar Zindagi hai, Chalte chalte, Bul Bulare and Sajana tere bina.

Magnasound Rs 50


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