Thursday, August 21, 2014

OMC: How Bizarre album remastered to coincide with new tv doco on Pauly's life

OMC - How bizarre album cover

Via Amplifier: "OMC needs no introduction to New Zealanders. It was the title track from the debut album "How Bizarre" which catapulted Pauly Fuemana to international fame in 1996. On the back of the million selling single, Pauly went on to sell over a million copies of the album worldwide.

To mark the premiere of the acclaimed OMC documentary about the life of Pauly Fuemana that has been commissioned by Maori Television, Universal and Huh! are pleased to make Pauly's classic New Zealand album available again on CD.

This reissued version of the original album has been fully remastered by Pauly's co-writer and producer Alan Jansson and includes 2 bonus tracks - the 1996 single version of "Land Of Plenty", and the 2007 track featuring Lucy Lawless, "4 All Of Us".

Also, tune in to Radio NZ's Music 101 this Saturday, when Trevor Reekie interviews Stuart Page, director of the doco, producer and co-songwriter Alan Jansson and Simon Grigg from huh! Records about OMC’s worldwide success.

Maori Television's documentary "How Bizarre", directed by Stuart Page, screens Monday 25th August, 9.30pm.

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