"Jeena Laga Hoon" - Sung by the hit pair Atif Aslam & Shreya Ghosal "Jeena Laga Hoon" was the only track which holds up the expectancy in the album. This slow paced love ballad leaves a squashy feel behind. The most part of the track is traditional and may fit the village backdrop of the film.
"Hip Hop Pummy" - Filled up with few fast strode bhangra beats. "Hip Hop Pummy" certainly adds a danceable envi around the album which is quite forgettable on the long move.
"Bariyan" - This track certainly starts out in a brilliant way with its soft kinda vocals and sonic vividness, but its quite lost in its take off when the other part of the song collides with the main thing. The production was a bit flat but the dazzling vocals from Shreya ad Atif keeps you engaging.
"Peecha Choote" - Kicks off with few promising beats and guitar riffs, "Peecha Choote" was completely lost with its amusing kinda vibe, the hook sounded promising for a while. But this is something u've listened in the past.
"Rang Jo Lagyo" - Kinda brings you a heartbreaking rock ballad with its high tensed guitar flicks and sonic levels. Atif sings brilliantly throughout the track but this is a complete disappointment with its two phased musically arrangements. The changeover was completely misplace and vulnerable.
"Jadoo Ki Jhappi" - Tries to bring you a festive and a triumphant vibe, but the average composition of the track makes the listener forlorn. Monali Thakur & Mika hardly tries to keep the track comical. But in the end its a complete fail.
Finally, "Ramaiya Vastavaiya" is a not a great album, this surely entertains you with the movie. The middling composition from Sachin_Jigar was quite a drawback. 1-2 tracks might move you a bit, I would recommend to give it a listen if you're completely excited about it.
My Rating - 2/5
Grade - C - (Fairly bad)
-By Surya Komal aka KM