Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Slumdog Millionaire Origional Motion Picture Soundtrack

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Slumdog Millionaire OST

This is the last movie I saw in the theaters and it made me think about what kind of person I would be had I grown up in Cuba. I say Cuba, because I'm Cuban and can only speak of what relates to me. I'm also aware that Indian society and Cuban society are two completely different animals but since the movie shows the development of these two brothers from childhood to adulthood and how their main mission was to survive and find happiness, which is common for many Cuban citizens, I couldn't help drawing the line.

The direction and the plot mostly make the movie extremely exciting for an outsider which obviously pales in comparison to what the actual experience of being a slumdog may be, to say the least. This soundtrack piggy backs that direction and I believe the songs are placed in chronological order to the plot.

I hope you enjoy it.

If you like the sample download, feel free to buy the record.

The songs definitely require you to be in the mood for the specific type of sound. Outside of the popular M.I.A. songs, most of the tracks are composed from A.R. Rahman and a composition of other artists and obviously, as far as I know, the songs carry influences from the Indian culture.

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