Remix of old songs

@subathra (3519)
February 10, 2008 12:07am CST
This is a recent trend in Indian movies these days to just remix old songs. In the name of remixing of old popular songs the film producers and music directors get together and if I say in my words are spoiling the real melody of the old songs which even now is audible. And the melody of these songs cannot be challenged by the nowadays music directors. Present music directors are very capable of making music hear and forget then and there. But old songs are considered to be gold. To me remix is a curse. Let live those old songs on their own style.
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5 responses
@balasri (26553)
• India
15 May 08
Remixing the old goodies is like plucking away the body parts of a beautiful baby and making a new freak thing with the appendages at the very wrong places.It is disgusting and utter disrespect to the people who made that golden melodies. Another instance of the dried up brains.
@sats123 (29)
• India
18 Apr 08
I agree with you whole heartedly. It has became a fashion to remix songs and thereby spoiling the melody of the song. After hearing the remix we begin to feel a aversion for the old one which was far melodius.
@jal1948 (1360)
• India
27 Feb 08
indian Industry is famous for copying movies from others who have spent enormous sums to produce them,there is nothing new that they have nothing original but thrive on copying and now this technique of remix its just terrible on the viewers and listeners, and to what extent of degradation of values these guyswill go to make money God only knows.
@cupid74 (11394)
• Pakistan
11 Feb 08
I agree with u dear remix and new music addition to old song are changing their true feeling i am against it
@rb200406 (1825)
• India
10 Feb 08
Those who do remix argue that they are making the older songs more better & more of the present generation so that they will listen to the old songs.but you are right many times they make it too much artificial with too much techno music & beats for which it looses the soul.