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Customer Reviews

Have a happy ending with MIKA

Have just downloaded this album and think its great its not often specially with the onslaught of new talent that you get an album that just like the first single is so easy to listen too, i find that most of the new albums out now only have a few tracks that you keep going back to, not so with this each one is a gem, i like that after you listen to each track it feels like you've heard it so many times before but you know that you really haven't, its a must, download or buy it now you won't regret it. Enjoy

Happy Times Are Here Again

Isn't it just great to be able to find an album that can really put a smile on your face. Me and the kids just cant stop playing this guys music, even my 15 month old cant stop dancing! Just play it and let loose! great stuff. 5 stars.


this album is so strange! from the very start you know it's gonna be different! although the poppy-light-heartedness of the instruments and vocals seems kinda cheesy you can't get enough! the lyrics are quite meaningful too. you'll find that he is better than queen! WAY better! very original album that the music scene really needed! one of the first albums to make me laugh (lollipop intro is hilarious)


Born: 18 August 1983 in Beirut, Lebanon

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Pop magpie Mika's bright, kaleidoscopic music has drawn comparisons to everyone from Queen and Elton John to the Scissor Sisters and Rufus Wainwright. Born Michael Holbrook Penniman in Beirut to a Lebanese mother and American father, Mika and his parents moved to Paris while he was still very young, and eventually London by the time he was nine years old. The frequent moves, incidents like his father being taken hostage at Kuwait's American Embassy, and bullying at school affected young Mika to the...
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