MIKA - The Boy Who Knew Too Much mp3 flac
- Album: The Boy Who Knew Too Much
- MP3: 1705 mb | FLAC: 1663 mb
- Released: 2009
- Style: Pop Rock, Power Pop, Vocal
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 917
- Format: TTA AIFF RA MPC AAC FLAC APE
The Boy Who Knew Too Much is the second studio album by singer Mika. It was released on 21 September 2009, under Republic in the United States and Island in the United Kingdom. Mika worked with producer Greg Wells, who also produced his debut album Life in Cartoon Motion. The album was written in Olympic Studios, London, which began in June 2008. In September 2008 he moved to Rocket Carousel Studios, Los Angeles, where the album was recorded.
The album was originally titled We Are Golden after the first single from the album, We Are Golden. On 20 July 2009 in an on-air interview with DJ Jo Whiley on BBC Radio 1, Mika revealed he was considering renaming the album, because he wanted something a little more ridiculous. On 6 August 2009 it was confirmed that the album’s title would change to The Boy Who Knew Too Much. As with Mika’s debut album Life in Cartoon Motion, the album artwork has been designed by Mika’s sister, the Australian illustrator Sophie Blackall, Airside collaborator Richard Hogg and Mika himself
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Making an album even more vibrant than Life in Cartoon Motion would have been difficult for Mika. On The Boy Who Knew Too Much, he doesn't try to top himself; instead, he reins in just enough of his debut's indulgent tendencies to let his gift for great melodies and hooks be the focus.
Features Song Lyrics for Mika's The Boy Who Knew Too Much album. Mika - The Boy Who Knew Too Much Album Lyrics. 1. Rain - Acoustic Lyrics.
All lyrics from The Boy Who Knew Too Much album, popular Mika songs with tracklist and information about album. Labels Universal Records, Casablanca, Island Records Group. Greg Wells, MIKA, Jodi Marr, John Merchant.
Like its predecessor, The Boy Who Knew Too Much is an eclectic work, lurching between exuberant pop, vaudevillian knees-ups, disco and sombre ballads. Mika would probably describe the album as ‘kaleidoscopic’, but it can come across as scattershot and unfocused. The only track here that could be described as disco is Rain, a downbeat number whose chorus consists of a melodramatic crescendo of high-pitched whoops