Making way for the Bollywood scheme of things, 'Naa Jaane' gets into a 'bhangra' groove and sets your feet tapping even as you are hearing the track for the first time. Though there isn't much out of the box in this short 2 minutes song (no harm in that), 'Naa Jaane' is fun to hear as Ravindra goes about rendering this decently paced song that comes with a lively feel with it.
Rest of the album is made of short musical pieces, namely 'Climax', 'Love Theme', 'Plan' and 'Paris'. While 'Climax', as expected, is fast paced and quite energetic with an assortment of western instruments making it an enjoyable fare, 'Love Theme' is short and sweet as it sails smoothly. 'Plan', as suited for its setting in the film, has an intriguing feel to it and takes a serpentine approach by bringing on different shades. This is a musical piece that makes one to watch out for what the film has in the offering. Ditto for 'Paris' that has a lavish appeal to it and brings on an exciting sound that makes one curious about looking forward to MP3.
MP3 is a good album that fully delivers what a young love story should be offering. Composers Ashu and Dhruv come up with a soundtrack that justifies the setting of the film and maintains a consistency throughout. There may not be a track which could stand out and take MP3 to a chartbuster status but as a whole this album is a decent hear which you can play on for an engaging and harmless hear.