Help begins with a romantic outing 'Kehna Hai', rendered by Suzanne D' Mello and and Joi Borua. The musical arrangement is well handled especially the flute part which provides a soothing effect to the ears. Its quite a revelation to listen Suzanne D' Mello singing hindi lines as well. But on the whole the track stays quite average, with hardly any substance coming out of it.
Following it arrives ' Kyun Gum hai khushiyan', which as you can make out from the lyrics is a sad track, but interestingly it comes with a techno touch, which doesnt click with the track. Vocals by Ashu and Kirti Sagar try to create a Krishna effect here, but fail miserably. The track is lacklustre and passable.
Next comes the title track 'Help', which beings in a very intriguing manner, but soon gives up to remix beats and there on there is nothing good about the track, though it does create some mysterious elements in bits, yet doesnt just work. Vocals by Rana Mazumdar dont just suit the track, while Barkha does a fine job.
Next comes 'Incubated' which is a heavy rock instrumental theme, done by Ashu but doesnt offer you anything. Passable.
Remixes are passable.
On the whole, 'Help' doesnt help you any bit. A passable album.