Some Bizzare Album was the first album by Some Bizzare Records. It was released in 1981 as a sampler of the label's musical ethos. The acts were not actually signed exclusively to the label at the time. The album consisted of tracks by unsigned synthpop groups, including future alternative icons Depeche Mode, Soft Cell, The The and Blancmange. The compilation saw the first ever released recording of Depeche Mode. Some Bizzare Album was Stevo Pearce’s vision.
How Bizarre is the only album by the New Zealand musical group OMC, released in 1996. It was first released on 27 September under the Huh! recording label, issued by PolyGram New Zealand, and manufactured and marketed by Mercury Records on 25 February 1997 in the United States. The album garnered a mixed reception from critics.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "How Bizarre" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. OMC, or Otara Millionaires Club, was a New Zealand music group. They were best known for their 1996 hit "How Bizarre", named one of the greatest New Zealand songs of all time by the Australasian Performing Right Association. The full name of the band is a tongue-in-cheek reference to Otara's statu. ore . Year
Honestly a super interesting album. The production is almost Madvillain like in how it uses weird guitar parts and samples. The main problem comes from the fact that OMC can't rap. And I mean he CAN NOT rap to save his life. The best thing that could happen to this album is if it was "remade" using an actual rapper.
How Bizarre" is a single written and recorded by New Zealand musical group OMC. It was released in December 1995 as the lead single from the group's debut album of the same name, and went on to top the charts in at least six countries. Outside New Zealand, OMC are generally considered a one-hit wonder; they had a further few successful singles in New Zealand, including "Land of Plenty". The song was featured in the 1998 movies Palmetto and Disney's The Parent Trap. Single by OMC. from the album How Bizarre. OMC singles chronology. We R the OMC" (1994). How Bizarre" on YouTube.
Story of the day. 'As soon as the label are like ‘oh, we’re not sure’ then you know it’s great and it’s going to work'. Kasabian have explained the bizarre artwork for their new album ‘For Crying Out Loud’. Watch our interview with guitarist Serge Pizzorno above. The band release their sixth album next month. Many fans were shocked by the bold cover, showing a topless old man who’s clearly quite distressed. It’s a picture of our roadie Rick Graham, he’s been with us about 12 or 13 years
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