Slumdog Millionaire soundtrack is very nice album. Most of the songs are by M.I.A. and A.R. Rahman.
A lot of the songs are fast paced (in the border of techno music), but they are good. I think you will need to watch the movie to be able to appreciate these soundtracks even more (great movie too by the way. one of the most heartfelt and touching movie/story in a while).
I specifically like, O.. Saya, Jai Ho, and both versions of Paper Planes.. And if you like M.I.A. or A.R. Rahman in general, then you should like this soundtrack..
Danny Boyle is an amazing film director. Among his many talents as a director is finding great artist to accompany his visual images on the screen. SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE is a wonderful, masterful film. Accompanying the story that is told on the screen, is the moving soundtrack and score that underlies the images seen on the screen as well as strengthens the emotion felt. Sometimes a soundtrack surpasses the movie it is a part. Other times a soundtrack becomes unforgettable once it is separated from … more
A R Rahman has always excelled at fusing varying music instruments and sources into one captivating symphony. This album is no exception. I especially liked O Saya with its tumultuous rhythm, the vocals on the track are A R Rahman (yes he sings too!) and MIA. Liquid Dance was also very energetic and got you moving. Ringa, Ringa really displayed how A R Rahman can cleverly fuse together different sounds and voices to create a raunchy and foot tapping melody. I'm glad that … more