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    • This Dance album is worth a Chance

      Chance Pe Dance music rating: 7 out of 10(Vinayak wrote on Dec 24 2009 12:30PM)

      Ok, so its Chance pe Dance? Whats the first picture of the soundtrack do u get?? Yeap, that it is a film which will have some dance based tracks. And if the movie Stars Shahid Kapoor, you are quite confident about it. With Adnan Sami at the helms of composition, lets find out what really does he have in his "Dance" store for us.

      If you have heard the soundtrack of Ajab Prem kI Ghazab Kahaani, you would have come across the track 'Oh By God'. But hey that was an album by Pritam, while this one is an Adnan Sami one right??? Yea right, but the album opens with guest composer Pritam's 'Pe..Pe..Pepein...'. The similar shehnai tune that he used in Oh By God, which went unnoticed as it wasnt picturised in the movie, is what starts Pe..Pe..Pepein..and from there on its a hard on dance song. Neeraj Shridhar has been Pritam's favourite for such tracks and this is no exception. Neeraj Shridhar along with supporting vocals by Hard Kaur and Saleem just get in the right attitude needed for this song. A total dance track, the song for sure is to be a favourite in the clubs. The song later features in a duet version with Tulsi Kumar joining Neeraj Shridhar. Other than Tulsi's vocals, the song remains the same as it was in the Male version.

      Adnan Sami makes his entry, pumping it up with 'Pump It Up'. A hard core rock dance track, the song does pretty well on the musical part but doesnt impress u one bit otherwise. Vishal Dadlani seems to be the first choice for such songs and thus has been roped in here as well, but even though he tries to rock it with his energetic vocals, he fails to impress making this track an average fare, which also appears in a remix version later.

      Romance is in with 'Pal Mein Hi' as Adnan Sami gets Soham Chakraborty and Shreya Ghoshal behind the mic for this outing. An important thing to notice is that this song may not impress you on initial hearings, but as you listen to it, this actually catches up on you. Though not an extremly loving romantic track, the song does have its moments that will impress you especially the line 'Kya Kahoon Kya Nahi.... Tere Aa Jaane se'.

      Kicking off with some technical arranged beats and music, 'One More Dance' is another dance track in the offering, this time by Kunal Ganjawala. The song probably seems like a background track which describes the passion within the protagonist concerning dance and that how much he wants it. The song is more of a instrumental, with Kunal Ganjawala hardly having anything to do. However, the song does end up making a good impact on you.

      A comic old school tune, followed by the Yoobi Doobi yooba rhyme marks the beginning of the track 'Yaba Daba Yahoo'. Kunal Ganjawala is back again for this dance number which is actually based on the lines of old school dance tracks. The song has everything in it to make you groove and is sure to grow over you instantly.

      A crackling tune flags off the track 'Rishta Hai Mera' which is a duet number by Shaan & Tulsi Kumar. This one is more of a celebration song and while Shaan does full justice to it, Tulsi Kumar as usual fails miserably. But above all this, the signature tune of the song is quite haunting and turns out to be its Highlight. You are bound to love that tune.

      Lastly, we have 'Just Do It' which is a short rap track by Earl, where the protagonist motivates people to dance, supported by some funny lyrics. But surprising it aint a Adnan Sami track nor Pritam's, it is a track itself composed by the director Ken Ghosh with support from Sandeep Shirodkar. The song could have been of a longer duration very well, but keep it shorter seems to be a better result.

      Overall, this dance album is worth a chance, which keeps the momentum going and doesnt bring down the energy level even once. GO FOR IT!

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      Vinayak Chandra

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