this is a WONDERFUL cd, mika did an amazing job on this cd, it start off with "We are golden" then it goes to another fast song, "blame it on the girls" then it begins to slow down after rain with doctor john, and I see you, but then blue eyes, good gone girl, and touches you brighten up the area, then mika does a BRILLIANT duet with Imogen Heap in "By the time" which is a slow paced song, but in one foot boy, mika spices things up with his great sense of humor that further continues through "Toy Boy" which is basically about a doll being shread to pieces, but quite interesting, I don't have a favorite on the album, but it's one of my favorites, I couldn't choose! then you hear "Pick up off the floor" that is kind of a 1950's show tune, but with the most amazing lyrics! , put your heart back in your pocket, pick your love up off the floor, your momma says your stopping, but girl let me tell you more, if he's 95, or 22, a boys gonna do what he's gonna do, he says he don't love you anymore, so pick up off the floor' , it's beautiful, if you have the 'deluxe edition' it has a bonus track: "Loverboy" which is simply amazing too, especially for a bonus track, I love "the boy who knew too much" just as good as I did with "Life in cartoon motion"
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
mika's new cd is a grown up version of life in car
I got a best buy giftcard for christmas and had no clue what to do with it. i though movies maybe even some amazing books, but i never have time to really sit down and pop a dvd in and after one look through the book, whats left? so i decided to get the noisettes album and the new Mika album. i have to say i was hesitant because what do you do with a cd after you put it on your computer and iphone? but i went for it and i couldnt be happier. theres nothing like waking up and popping in a cd to start the day off.the mika album is similar to life in cartoon motiont however a bit more grown up. less fantasy and more reality this time. not that the last album wasnt good. it was amazing as well. you can see a musical growth in him and i deffinitely appreciate it.