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Reviews

Sunday, November 18 2012

Mika: The Origin of Love

Mika's third LP The Origin of Love washes away the neon cartoon paint that made The Boy Who Knew Too Much too sugary, but in doing so it steps back from the goofy wit that made his debut so memorable.


Tuesday, September 22 2009

Mika: The Boy Who Knew Too Much

With 21st century pop defined by the committee-made melodies of American Idol-winner debut albums, The Boy Who Knew Too Much arrives as a thrilling antidote.


Sunday, March 25 2007

Mika: Life in Cartoon Motion

Mika's natural affinity for pop songwriting and his impressive vocal talent ensures that he will be noticed even without the obvious influences that populate Life in Cartoon Motion.


Blogs

Thursday, December 17 2009

Slipped Disc: Mika - The Boy Who Knew Too Much

Albums that missed our Top 60 Albums list, but at least one of our writers loves.


Monday, September 14 2009

Mika - The Boy Who Knew Too Much (new album / MP3)

Mika The Boy Who Knew Too Much (Casablanca) Releasing: 21 September Once known as We Are Golden, Mika changed the name of his second studio album


Monday, August 10 2009

Mika - We Are Golden (new album / video)

Mika We Are Golden (Universal) Releasing: 22 September British pop star Mika follows up his 5.6 million selling hit debut Life in Cartoon Motion with We Are


News

Sunday, June 17 2007

Pop singer Mika breaks rules, breaks out

MIAMI - The last time Mika played Miami, about two years ago, the pop singer performed a record company-sponsored, 20-minute showcase set. His meager crowd


Tuesday, March 27 2007

British sensation Mika shall inherit the pop

Received wisdom dictates that American fans flinch from flamboyant pop while British fans can't get enough of it. Witness the U.K.'s passionate embrace


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