MSN album was released in 2005 and marketed and distributed by Saraswati music (P) Ltd. As to the name of their band the members say, 'Any path starts from the street and so to represent the beginning of our musical journey we named ourselves as street band.'
The band members are- Atul Karki & Dipesh Gyawali; Atul is currently studying in Singapore. Their first album MSN was produced by Kapil Thapa.
The album comprises of 7 heart touching melodious pop songs, which, are beautifully scribbled by Atul Karki, Sharad Mainali and Pradeep Manandhar. Likewise first four of the songs music is composed by Atul while three other songs are composed by Dibesh Mulmi(Cobweb), Pradeep/Jogan and Sharad. Music arrangement is jointly done by Sunil Bardewa and Dibesh Mulmi. As for the vocals, Atul Karki does all of it.
The album kicks off with ear pleasing mellow "Hidethe maanko bato". This song is all about a boy trying to prove his love to his beloved, is beautifully sung. This song rocked well in all the FM stations.
Second song of the album, "Chodera Gaye," is a soft number, which is melodious and perfectly arranged. This song definitely is the heart touches of the album. Interestingly a music video of this song has been made which was shot in Singapore.
The other song is "Jati Tadha". A rock number, which reminds of Cobweb band as the music composition is done by Dibesh(Cobweb) and the song makes the listeners want to groove and go wild. Through this song, Atul, has proved his capability and versatility as a singer.
"Yeuta sapana", fourth song in the album is perfectly arranged by Sunil Bardewa. The song is about frustration after being betrayed in love. This song has been highly praised by melodious songs listeners and has been able to win the hearts of tragic lovers.
"Mero swopan" is a slow rock, is a high pitched song with the description of the dream of a youth, his depressions and his fate.
Sixth song "Silky Kapal" is funky song, which describes of the modern girl's perspective of current young generations. The tune is catchy and smooth. Guitar works also matches the swift song.
"Audio Slave" inspires "Mero Maanko" final song and the song is all in all with smashing guitar works and nice lyrics.
In all the band has tried to give variety to its listeners and as for the first timers they deserve encouragement. Currently singer Atul is working on his solo album for which he has been devoting days and nights to cater something delicious to Nepali music lovers.
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