I have to confess that what initially drew me to 'Agent 009' was the title and the cover's mod-tinged spy imagery; I'm a sucker for that type of stuff. I was slightly curious as well though, to find out what Sonik Omi sounded like in the 80s, seeing as most of my other albums by them were made nearly 10 years prior. Surprisingly then, perhaps, there hadn't been much of a change. For better or worse, this soundtrack sounds a lot like a mid 70s RD Burman offering. No gratuitous display of modern technology, no disco beats; simply a quartet of nice poppy songs with plenty of cool instrumental features. The Burman influence is especially noticable on 'Aag Lagi Di Pani Men' and 'Maharaja Maharaja', yet for all it's derivativeness, I really like this score.
Is it an obscure film? I couldn't find it on the IMDb, or anywhere.
1. Asha Bhosle: Teri Umar Ka Saal Badha
2. Chandrani Mukherjee: Sun Mere Sai Baba
3. Kishore Kumar: Aag Lagi Di Pani Men
4. Dilraj Kaur: Maharaja Maharaja Heera Hoon Kohinoor Hoon