Hey folks, so, I purchased this Audio CD on 4th Feb 2018 (Seller: The Paper Palette), got it by time (and, for a very good price too) and here's my review of this marvelous creation of Composer: Jeet Gannguli.
First of all, the quality of the audio cd: The Audio CD was very well packaged and was in pristine condition, not even a hint of dust or any residue on it (great!!).
Audio Quality: I ripped them both in FLAC, and also, imported as ALAC to my iTunes Library, the Audio Quality is exceptional, and the songs are nothing short of extraordinary, I initially didn't had much expectations from the whole album (to be honest, bought it for the Darbadar song by Neeti Mohan), but Oh my god! After listening to all of the songs, I can't even explain my feelings now, all of the 7 songs are so well placed, and the artists sung them with so much tenderness, feelings and care that while listening to Ek Charraiya, tears welled up in my eyes. I can't express my feelings enough in words for this album, lucky me, what a great purchase I've made! The Lyrics are so relevant to our daily life, that I couldn't stand by them more.
Gonna keep this Audio CD preserved for the long run, for sure!
Please by this Audio CD, if you want one of the best albums of Bollywood, and really care about the audio you listen to. I assure you, you guys won't be disappointed. Its a great one to be in collection, for sure.
A few tips: While buying Audio CD's online, check the seller you are buying from, only buy from trusted sellers, and afterwards, if you face any problem with the product, contact the seller directly. And, before using any Audio CDs (well, I think most of the people, knows about this...) clean the Audio CD, properly. I won't be writing about that here, just Google it, to know more about it.
That's all, for ya. Also, am providing a few photos, for ya'll..Good day.
I don't know what to say about this album. While I was listening to 'Muskuraane' I felt that love inside. You smile at a moment and at the next moment it brings out tears from your eyes. 'Ek Chirraiya' takes me to the village where I was born. It reminds me how those days were when I used to play near a tree. Concluding it I would say if you want to feel the joy of pain and sorrow, you must listen to this album. Soulful album!