Ulidavaru Kandanthe (soundtrack)

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Ulidavaru Kandanthe
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Released4 February 2014
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Language Kannada
Label Anand Audio
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Ulidavaru Kandanthe

B. Ajaneesh Loknath composed the background score for the film and the music for the soundtrack. The album has twelve tracks. [1]


Critical reception

Kavya Christopher of The Times of India reviewed the album, gave it a four star rating, and wrote, "The songs of Ulidavaru Kandante do not conform to idea of commercial hit numbers and that in itself sets them apart from the rest. They are absolutely local in the sense that they capture the situation and mood of the storyline or situation in the most rustic way possible." She concluded, "This is one music album that is a must-listen, again and again." [2]

Track listing

1."Theme of Ulidavaru Kandante" Instrumental3:39
2."Knock Knock"Manojava Galgali, Vigneshwar VishwaC. R. Bobby2:15
3."Richie's Theme" Instrumental3:58
4."Hulivesha Beats" Instrumental4:11
5."Kanna Muchhe" Suni Shankar Mahadevan, Vani Harikrishna 5:19
6."Male Marethu"Vigneshwar Vishwa Vijay Prakash 4:04
7."Gatiya Ilidu" Rakshit Shetty Vijay Prakash, B Ajaneesh Loknath4:21
8."Paper Paper Medicine Paper" Rakshit Shetty B. R. Hrishikesh, Aditya Sunil Duth, Mallesh Hugar, Puttaraja Hugar, Gagan G. Gaonkar3:31
9."Kaakig Banna Kantha" Rakshit Shetty Shreya Ghoshal 4:14
10."The Final Showdown" Instrumental4:06
11."Ulidavaru Kandante Promotional Track (Version 1)" Yogaraj Bhat Rakshit Shetty 4:00
12."Ulidavaru Kandante Promotional Track (Version 2)"SuniB. Ajaneesh Loknath, Rakshit Shetty3:42
Total length:45:40

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