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    A Good Morning by Mika
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    Mika at 1'16 https://www.cadena100.es/eventos/por-ellas/noticias/vuelve-ver-todas-las-entrevistas-photocall-del-cadena-100-por-ellas-20191019_531074
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    Mika IG stories 75442791_446117029345523_7469456436835125187_n.mp4 74087889_1109036292628356_7155814199313274290_n.mp4
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    To review the event: https://www.cadena100.es/amp/videos/mika-blas-canto-james-blunt-concierto-cadena-100-por-ellas-2019-20191019_897711?__twitter_impression=true
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    Jajaja Love u ✨😂 3fbbdaea4aca7c24eca7a9f1ad77c91a.mp4
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    I hope for Platform Ballerinas and Dear Jealousy as well.
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    Yes @carafonI'm also tired of Lollipop. And totally agree with you @giraffeandy Platform Ballerinas instead BG. As the tour it is to promote the new album, I think he should play most of it. Then a couple of LICM and make a mix of the other albums. But maybe I ask too much and he could spend 4 hours singing. Tired for him but a blink of an eye for us. *Mika if you are reading this, take note*
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    Tired of Lollipop as well ……. I think that he has to sing "Relax" because it was probably his greatest hit and I also hope for some songs from NPIH I think that "All she want's" would be perfect with the new songs
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    They are among my favourites so I am totally with you Altough I can only wait for some videos as I won't see him live
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    The singles (Tiny Love, Ice Cream, Dear Jealousy, Tomorrow, Sanremo) and probably Blue and at least a part of Stay High... Maybe sometimes he will skip one of those songs. I also hope for Platform Ballerinas. From the other albums, I think unfortunately there still will be many songs from LICM (for me, Happy Ending and Love Today would be enough to be honest). I'm a bit afraid there won't be any songs from NPIH and also TBWKTM, probably only WAG has a chance to make the setlist. From TOOL I expect OOL, Underwater and EMD, at least in French speaking countries. The same with BBB, it seems, he likes to sing it live. However, I hope he will surprise us with some songs from the new album he didn't perform live yet.
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    Se vi siete persi l'esibizione di Mika di ieri sera a Madrid, (Grace Kelly, Relax ed Ice Cream), potete recuperarla cliccando su questo link: https://www.cadena100.es/amp/videos/mika-blas-canto-james-blunt-concierto-cadena-100-por-ellas-2019-20191019_897711?__twitter_impression=true E ne stiamo parlando anche qui:
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    I have to upload again my files. Mika's speech between the songs VID_92300419_113605_388.mp4 VID_92401023_230611_876.mp4
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    Hello New to the forum but not new to Mika. Looking forward to seeing him at the London gig next month.
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    @Sweetieval as Deb said, the party is from 5-8pm. Usually on Paypal you can choose in which currency you want to pay, so you could just enter 10£ and Paypal will automatically convert the sum to € for you. Otherwise you can use a website like https://www1.oanda.com/currency/converter/ to check how much it is. If you choose "send money to friends" on Paypal, the fees are less. I paid 1£ in fees, for the currency exchange.
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    hé, je ne suis pas très actif sur le MFC et je ne sais pas vraiment si c'est le bon endroit pour le poster, mais j'ai un billet pour le concert car mon ami ne peut pas venir, alors si quelqu'un le veut, faites-le-moi savoir. (Je le vends au prix d'origine) Si vous souhaitez me contacter, voici mon adresse mail: mauderibourdouille@gmail.com j'espère faire plaisir à quelqu'un avec ce billet
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    Jajajaja lo amo!! Sigue siendo un niño pequeño!!! ✨😂 3fbbdaea4aca7c24eca7a9f1ad77c91a.mp4
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    You can order MFC badges from Zazzle http://www.zazzle.com/mfc_button_for_members_of_mikafanclub_com-145482498675009942 For the UK: http://www.zazzle.co.uk/mfc_button_for_members_of_mikafanclub_com-145482498675009942 For France: http://www.zazzle.fr/mfc_button_for_members_of_mikafanclub_com_badge_publicitaire-145482498675009942 Doesn't seem to be a zazzle site for Italy, sorry. We have also used Cafe Press for badges, but I don't advise this as they were hacked earlier this year.
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    Now GK. He talks about his mom and the situation of her disease
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    I have to say I'm quite surprised by the fact that this song seems to be the most popular one (apart from the singles of course) from the album and keep thinking it's because of the collab (even though Jack isn't huge, at least I've never heard of him till Youth&Love, he still has a solid fanbase which is of course interested in this song). But maybe it's because I don't like love duets and love ballads as much so I really can't get into it... To me songs like that sounds a bit boring and cliched most of the time, even though I like Mika's voice in this one of course but for me it's still both sonically and lyrically probably the least interesting track on the album...
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    Here the translation into English of this very interesting interview with Pascal Negre - as Mika is mentioning - th guy who made Mika popular in France. Pascal Negre: Today my guest is Mika. Hello. Mika: Good morning. Q: Well, here we are, the new album has just been released. It took you some time. M: (laughs) It's interesting that you ask about it, because I usually brought you the CD and presented it to you. Q: However, it's been a long time. M: That's true. It took me four years ... even a little bit more. Q: But that's good. I will be honest. This is a great album. Listening to the previous two I did not fall into hysterical admiration, but this is the great, great Mika. And I say it straight. Once again, we discover your talent. Melodies, arrangements, voice! Well, let's turn the question machine on. Machine: How do you define your latest album: crazy pop-funk sound with an amazing voice or very personal with quite dark lyrics? M: Well, that's both of these things. This is the contrast: lyrics are very touching, personal and music is very joyful. But there is one difference and you, Pascal will understand it. You've always listened to my CDs before they were released. It's about the need of creation. Creating, communicating, sharing. And this can be seen in melodic lines, colors, arrangement intensity ... in energy, which is very gentle on the one hand and also very firm. You can feel that when I wrote these songs everything was boiling in me. And in all this I didn't care what others thought about it. At first I wondered maybe it was too melodic, too colorful. Are there too many images in this? I told myself: no, you have to give in to emotions and it is emotions that will guide me. And I don't care if anyone thinks the song is too melodic or too colorful. Because that's the only way I could find my insolence. The insolence that one has when writing the first album. And then life falls on you, the music industry falls on you ... And even if there are good people in this industry, the industry itself becomes a monster that surrounds you. And you have to free yourself from it. And this is not easy. Q: Yes, indeed, Mika's latest album is very successful. Let's listen to "Dear Jealousy". Machine: Michael Holbrook or Mika? Q: The album title is "My Name Is Michael Holbrook". M: Yes My full name is Michael Holbrook Penniman Junior. Did you know that? No? Q: (laughing) You shortened it a lot. M: This is my dad's name. And if I have a son, I will call him Michael Holbrook Penniman the Third. And this is not aristocratic accretion at all. It comes from immigrants who came to America and adopted this Anglo-Saxon custom. So, first, second, third ... to show where they came from. Q: So you have your dad's names? M: Yes. And to make it funnier, I didn't know where I came from at all. That's why I walked in the footsteps of my dad's family to discover myself, to reset myself. And I started with this declaration, "my name is Michael Holbrook, I was born in 1983". That is why the album begins with the song "Tiny Love". Now I know that my name is Michael Holbrook Penniman Junior, but I am Mika, son of Michael and Joannie. And this is the most important thing. Machine: France, Italy, United States, Great Britain or Lebanon? M: How should I choose? Q: That's a lot of places! Okay France - you have no choice. You lived here. M: Yes, I lived here when I was a child. Now my home is primarily in the United States. This is where I built the recording studio where the last album was made. Q: Are you American? Your father is American. M: Yes. And I have an American passport. Which is strange, because at the same time I feel very European. And the proof is that I don't have a passport of any European country, and yet I feel European. And this is the main idea of the universality philosophy of Europe. Q: But Mika, where did you live? In France. In England? M: Yes, I lived in England for a long time. Q: All your childhood and youth is Europe, not the United States. M: Yes, it was Europe. And then, when my siblings scattered around the world, I stayed alone at home. I thought I should create something new. The United States seemed like a good idea because all my co-workers were there. All my albums were made there. My mother's family lives there. And even if I've never really lived there ... I speak English, my family is there ... and when I'm in Miami ... I bought a house where I have a recording studio ... Miami is a bit strange to me ... Q: Miami has its European side. It's also very Latin. M: It's very Latin and I like it very much. I don't like the European side too much, because it's primarily Europeans who come to have fun there. I am not like that. There is another thing ... my home is from the 1920s and is rather in Arabic style. It is built around the yard and is divided into a "design" part - we have a design studio, a residential part and a part where I create music. So it's a kind of miniature village. And there I am happy. I have never been very popular in the States … Q: And you have peace? M: I have peace, but when I give concerts, like during my recent tour, tickets even sell out for several performances in the same city. There's a lot going on there now. Even if you are a niche musician in the United States, you can have great success in Europe. And it's crazy. Machine: Text or music? M: Both things at once. Q: Do you write while composing music? It is interesting. M: Absolutely. I always do that. Always. The melody inspires the text. The lyrics inspire a melody. Q: So total synchronization? It's quite rare. Often people start with a melody. Or from a melody and a few words. Or they write the text first. For example, when Bashung (a French singer died in 2009) wrote all the lyrics, he thought the album was ready. Although not a single note of music has yet existed. And for you it happens simultaneously. M: Yes, it happens at the same time. It's like digging in the ground. I sit at the piano and start playing. I repeat the same words and repeat and repeat ... The words form sentences ... and the verse arises ... and I start looking for a chorus ... I have to enter into a sort of trance ... and suddenly ... I already know that I have a chorus. Then the temperature of my body changes ... .. Literally it does. My body temperature is changing. I feel hot and suddenly I have a feeling of self-esteem increasing. This is an explosion of endorphins and dopamine. And bam! I have a chorus! So the song is already here. And I'm playing over and over again looking for it with my fingers and my voice. I dig a song with my fingers. I carve it looking for the right sounds. Machine: George Michael, Prince or Michael Jackson? Q: There are different references on the disc. M: Yes There are references to all three. I will ask you something. Normally you ask questions ... we know each other for years and I respect you very much ... You are the person who really promoted me here i(n France)... I know that and that's why I say it. Even if you speak little about it ... because for a very open person, you are very humble. And people don't know that. So, we are abusing your modesty and I want you to answer me, why nowadays pop music does not tell stories and is less sensual than in the 80's or in the early 90's? For example, sensuality, love stories that we hear in the dance songs of George Michael or Prince ... Suddenly something changed. "Backstreet Boys" arrived and... KLAM! BOOM! Sensuality has disappeared ... especially in male performance. Why? Q: Maybe it will sound strange. I think that this turbulent sexuality of both artists meant that their music contained this confusion. M: Hmmm. That this turbulence affected their music? Q: I think so. M: I understand. But I also think that pop music has become popular music. And this is a very big difference between pop and popular. Q: And to close this chapter I will add that I think that pop has shrunk. The space for pop music has shrunk. This is not urban music anymore. It's completely different. M: Exactly. Pop music should return to telling stories, to evoking emotions, which also entails the risk of being more sensual. More sexual, more like "enfant terrible." Because this space has shrunk, we notice the difference even more. And for me this is a very big advantage. And I really wanted to go in this direction, so that the colors and spirit of my album were even more pronounced. Q: What will we listen to now? Michael Jackson, Prince or George Michael? M: George Michael. Machine: The Voice - stop or contine? M: Stop. Q: Because you don't have time? M: I don't have time. But also because ... thanks to The Voice I became very open. Before The Voice - you can confirm it - I wasn't very talkative. I wasn't so open. I paid more attention to how I was perceived. And now, after six years of The Voice, I released an album on which I open up much more. Even in interviews I am ... I got rid of this unnecessary modesty in the way I speak. Q: So The Voice was a great adventure? M: A great adventure. I had a great time. Q: Now your agenda is full, you will have a tour. It would be difficult for you to do everything at the same time. But I wonder if you also wanted to have time to breathe and stay fresh. M: Also. But where does the basis of inspiration come from? From my main work, that is songwriting and performance. To continue participating in projects such as The Voice, you must remain credible. When the source of inspiration dries, it will not work. Machine: Twitter or Instagram? Q: You are active in social media. M: I resisted for a while. But I understood that there is also some independence behind it. That you can do something without asking anyone for permission. And others are following you. I thought this might be a good idea. Of course, this has its good and bad sides in both applications. I think it's very easy to manipulate a photo. And it is said that one picture is worth a thousand words. Q: You can misinterpret the photo. M: Contrary to appearances, Instagram is more commercial and Twitter is more information. And I have to admit to you that when something important happens, I don't open news pages, I go on Twitter. The only important thing is that you need to have some discipline to distinguish what is real from what is false. We waste a lot of time reading what is false and do not even realize that we are being manipulated. We live in a time of a new way of education that did not exist in the past. There used to be books, we had teachers, everything was rather institutionalized. Q: We got news from the press. And we knew that this newspaper was more on the right, the one on the left, another more communist ... M: Yes, and now nobody knows what's going on. Everything is similar to each other. And this may not be anything new, but the problem with Twitter is that we are attracted by those who make the most noise. And they are usually not the right people to speak on a subjet. And we fall into the trap. Machine: Recording studio or stage? M: Ha. There are two different people. Maybe Michael Holbrook is more like the one in the studio. Now. Especially with this album. And Mika is on stage. It wasn't like that before. But with an album that tells all those true stories ... it allows me to revisit my older songs again. But the show is quite different. I think when you come to my show at Bercy or somewhere else, you'll notice the difference. Bercy is December 22. I remember because I had to cancel my Christmas holiday. Q: Just a reminder that the concerts will be in all Zenith halls in France M: We start in Pau. Q: This is a really big tour. M: Yes It started in the United States, then it was Mexico. Now Europe. Q: The first date (in France) is November 15 and it is actually Zenith in Pau. M: And I designed a scene that resembles a sunbeame. And different colors of light "sends" me to the audience. All musicians will be quite far behind. I removed the dancers. I removed the LED screens. There will of course be screens so that I can be seen from afar. But there will be no screens behind me. I didn't want a program where people eat pop-corn, drink beer, go to the toilet. I wanted to do a show where during one and a half hours, one hours and 45 minutes people would not want to lose even a second. I was inspired by George Michael's one-man show, where the orchestra was behind the curtain. Jacques Brel was also able to give a performance using a curtain. Q: And only one spotlight. M: And this is it. You can make a performance that resembles many others. You can spend 14 million on the sceography, and yet it will be the same aesthetics, the same perception we've seen before. And I wanted to avoid it. Me it's me. Are screens everywhere? I say goodbye to them. And I prefer to have a set that I designed in my kitchen. Machine: Your dad, your sisters or mother? M: And what is this question? I hope that in the future artificial intelligence will not be as unpleasant and firm as your machine. To quarrel a family by a robot is not a good future. Q: Family is very important to you? M: Even very, very important. Q: To the point that there are songs on the new record about certain members of your family. Almost all! M: About everyone. We are a clan. A clan that supports itself. Every time a challenge meets us in life, we are able to gather ourselves thanks to the strength of the clan. It's the energy of every clan member. This is collective energy. Q: The challenge, it may be to leave the country because of the war. Your father who was detained for a long time because he was in the wrong place and a wrong time in Kuwait. It could be a disease. M: It could be a disease. Bankruptcy. Loss of home - which happened to us several times when I was a child. It could be illness or death. During the period when I wrote new songs, I lost several people. People who appeared in my videos, people who inspired me. They were close people living in the shadows. Or, for example, my mother's illness. Q: How is she now? M: It's complicated. She is happy that ... Q: She is a warrior. An amazing woman! M: Yes, she is a warrior. but it's complicated. It's a complicated disease ... but it can touch everyone. I think there are similar cases in every family. And I thought, why not pay tribute to a person who has always lived in the shadows; the person who shaped me. There are many people who dedicated their works to their mother or father or to a person who changed their lives and they did it too late. My mother is a warrior and she will fight with all her strength. And when you are in such a situation of uncertainty about illness or awareness of the fragility of life, it is good to talk about it, respect it, and shed some light on that person. Why not? Q: You are right. It is good to tell people that we admire them while they are still with us. M: Yes But you know that my relationship with my mother is quite strange. You have seen how it looks. We are very attached to each other, but we can have hard time. Q: She can be tough. She is very protective of you, but she can be very sharp as well. M: People are often shocked when they see us working together. What? This is mother and son ?! And at the same time, she trained me three hours a day when I was seven. And I didn't want to do it at all. Absolutely. I thought: she is crazy and she is very bad. Machine: Child, teenager or adult? M: Adult. Q: You answered without hesitation. M: Yes I don't want to be a child or teenager again. A teenager? Oh no!!!!!! Please !!!! I'll tell you something. Hell ... I went to a Roman Catholic school ... There is no fire in hell. The fire is for barbecue, in heaven. There is no red color in hell. I like red. Red is not a hellish color. Do you want to know what's in hell? There are first kisses in hell. Again and again. The first kiss is something worst. In hell there is a moment when we felt embarrassed for the first time. But really very embarrassed. There are memories of the first days at school, at the university. There is a moment when we have failed most. There are all those things that happened to us when we were teenagers. All these exams are there. Even the ones we didn't even know existed! All these experiences are repeated again and again ... daily. And this is hell. If you go to hell, you will experience your teenage time all the time. Machine: The right to be different or the right to be indifferent? M: Aaaaa ... I think tolerance of differences is the most important thing. Not only the right to be different, but also tolerance. Indifference and tolerance must not be mistaken. These two things are absolutely not the same. One is born of love and the other of selfishness or egocentrism. Tolerance comes from provocation, which can be difficult or even brutal. Tolerance is something that you have to defend, you have to fight for it. And when you have it, you also need to protect it. Q: Yes. I agree with you. This is not always obvious. M: This is not obvious. And the reasons can be different. It can be sexual orientation, race ... religion. And indifference is associated with ignorance. And ignorance is much easier to manipulate towards intolerance. That is why we must be careful and not be fooled by people who pretend to defend our interests. They are very smart and know well how to manipulate us for their own benefit. And here we return to our conversation about Twitter: when anger arises and a lot of noise is made to have as many followers as possible. And this is very unhealthy. Machine: Strong or weak? M: Strong or weak? .... Take, for example, a diamond. What is this? Have you ever worn a diamond? You never worn a diamond? Even so tiny? Even an earring? Q: I don't wear earrings. With my ears? M: But what is the structure of a diamond? Q: This is carbon. M: And everyone thinks it's hard. But when you take the hammer, you can break it in two seconds. And it turns into dust. I like the idea that you can be very strong and at the same time remain fragile. Q: We can find it on your album. This duality. There are moments of weakness and there are moments when you are strong. M: That's true. I can tell you ... what's your robot's name? Q: Just „Machine”. M: Machine? You are horrible! I'm sorry, Machine, he is not nice to you. I think your artificial intelligence doesn't understand the paradox. She doesn't see contrasts. Every time she asks a question, both answers are correct. Strong or weak? Both. How can be both? (Mika changes his voice) How can be both? And because you can live with a certain amount of duality. (Mika changes his voice again) Duality is not possible. Choose a different answer. Q: It's just a machine. It is not always sensitive enough. Machine: To love or to be loved? M: She doesn't really have a machine voice. You couldn't make her voice more .... more ... I don't know ... her voice resembles that of a barmaid in a cafe. She is 67 years old. She smoked too many cigarettes. She plays Bingo every Saturday. And she has many lovers. It's a bit like Marge Simpson. Q: Answer the question. Machine: To love or to be loved? M: (changes voice) To love or to be loved? This machine is so old! Artificial intelligence should not resemble your great-grandmother! When you call SNCF (French railway company) or Air France because your luggage is lost, you hear that voice. They are all the same age. "Welcome to Air France." "Welcome to SNCF". "And your machine squawks: „To love or to be loved?" My answer is: to love .... To love and to be loved!!! There is no good answer. This question is stupid! You can't have one without the other. You'll agree with me? Q: But the main question is: what do you need more? M: Oh! ... To love. Q: Interesting. Because most artists would answer "to be loved". They are looking for love. And for you it's opposite. To love means to give. And not to receive Of course, we give and receive in love. And giving is more important to you. This is surprising. People prefer to receive. M: But to love is more interesting. Because you are in ... when it's not platonic love, you have to convince the other person. You have to work on it. This is something that makes you feel alive. Yes, to love. And if at some point you also become loved ... this is your bonus. Q: But is this a battle? Sometimes people don't repay with love. They give a s**t. It already happened to you. M: You can love people who give a s**t - they are fools ... or just "not a man to be". I think you can love people who like you... It's OK. .... And we never love in the same way. I believe that our love for someone is constantly changing. And it's okay that sometimes there is more of love and sometimes a lot less. But love is always present. Q: (joking) Yes. You can say so when you have less of love. You can say that soon there will be more of love again. M: All right. Let's get back to your machine. But really, who is this woman? I hope this is not your friend. Because if this is a secretary from downstairs, then certainly she will not let me in next time. Machine: Devil or God? M: Ufffffff ... There is a song on the album that says there's a bit of God in everything. Q: Apparently the machine was listening to your new CD! M: This is the song "I Went to Hell Last Night". It's a song about addiction. It talks about someone I know, whom I like. This is someone who has returned to addiction. And when you know it, it is very difficult to look at such a person. It is……. Q: Addiction, it can be alcohol, drugs ... M: Yes It is very difficult to come to terms with it. Because on the one hand you start to hate this person; you blame him/her. And at the same time you know that it is not the person's fault, but something else, that it is a disease. And I wanted to describe these experiences in the words of the song. Q: Do you ... believe in God? M: I believe in God. I went to schools where there was a lot of teaching catechism. I also sang in church choirs. I can quote you various passages in the mass. For example in Latin. I can do it even now. If we went to mass, I would be the only person who would know all the passages and answers. But on the other hand, I don't like religious policy. I think many things do not match with my inner current faith. This is a big problem because I know I am not alone in this. Although I like spirituality, I think the stories we were taught from the Old and New Testaments are not THE TRUTH. And that by studying these texts you can get ... you can learn the wisdom hidden there. I accept the concept of God and find it very useful. Was the Earth created in one week? Was the universe created in one week? Was there an apple and a snake? Is my sexual orientation a sin and will I go to hell? No. Machine: Intimate or universal? M: Universality does not exclude intimacy. Universality is the most important idea. This idea has been defended by people for hundreds of years. Since the Renaissance, Enlightenment. Victor Hugo often said that universality connects with humanity. Only by deep acceptance of universality can we save humanity. Give it happiness and peace. When we see this young activist Greta Thunberg, who has a lot of courage in her ... I think that this girl doesn't expresses herself in the way children her age do. There is a lot of emotion in what she says, but when we listen to what she says, we will hear this message about universality. And I think that intimacy can also lead to universality. Q: That's right. On your album you talk about very intimate things, which suddenly turn out to be very universal, because they can affect each of us. When we dare to tell our personal stories - someone may consider it to be a story about your life - but it's absolutely not. Because you are really talking about things that affect everyone. M: We all experience the same. It all depends on how you tell about your experiences. Q: Because in my opinion, your latest album is the most personal album in your career. Just after the first album. Well, just like the first album. M: On the first album I used the characters I created: Billy Brown, Lollipop Girl, Big Girl ... cartoon characters. Q: And on this record, not a single character. M: Yes, because I understood that the people around me are more funny, interesting and more colorful than the characters I puton the first album. Q: And it's over. We spent an hour together. I hope that we encouraged listeners to buy and listen to the new Mika's album. Because this is a really great record. And above all, go to Mika's concert. Because if you didn't see him on stage, you lost a lot. The concert tour in France begins on November 15, 2019 in all Zenith halls. Of course, Zenith in Paris is too small, so the concert will take place ... in Bercy. And this will be when? M: December 22. Q: Just before Christmas. M: Will you come? Are you here in Paris during Christmas? Q: If you invite me, I will definitely come. M: I invite you then. And then we'll have a party. END
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    Yo sinceramente escuché los primeros temas, más que nada. La conocí en un programa que hizo MIKA para Italia. Ella fué como invitada. Y miren esto: No quería ponerla muy grande, se llega a ver? no les hace acordar a Mika? o será que yo pienso en Mika por cualquier cosa jaja Acá dejo el tema más conocido: https://youtu.be/wDjeBNv6ip0
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    @Rita70 e @Gabry74 ma si dai sognare è bellissimooo hai ragione Gabry nonostante la popolarità è rimasto umile e super simpaticooo e disponibile sarebbe un onore per me poterlo conoscere mi devo già accontentare che viene a Torinooo finalmenteeeeee son già super contentaaaaa bravo Michelinoo che cerchi di accontentare tutti i tuoi e tue fans
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    I got mine a couple days ago, but the one I had them send to my sister hasn’t gotten to her yet, so don’t give up hope! The email they sent after I submitted my address said it should ship in 7-10 days after the release. I never got an email saying it actually shipped.
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    Mika: “Ho ritrovato me stesso e tanta energia” (Video) Bellacanzone17 ottobre 2019 "My Name Is Michael Holbrook" è il nuovo album di Mika: il disco è frutto di una marcata maturazione artistica, attraverso drammi familiari e gioie personali che l’hanno portato ad aprirsi di più, a prendere rischi e voltare nettamente pagina rispetto al passato in termini di contenuto e di presentazione della propria immagine. Ecco la nostra video intervista a Discoteca Laziale! Anticipato da ben cinque brani usciti tra l’estate e questi ultimi giorni, finalmente è stato pubblicato il quinto disco in studio di Michael Holbrook Penniman Jr, in arte Mika dal titolo “My Name Is Michael Holbrook“. Ecco tutti i concerti previsti in Italia tra fine 2019 ed inizio 2020 (ecco come acquistare i biglietti del tour di Mika😞 24 novembre Torino, Pala Alpitour 26 novembre Ancona, PalaPrometeo 27 novembre Roma, Palazzo Dello Sport 29 novembre Casalecchio Di Reno, Unipol Arena 30 novembre Montichiari, PalaGeorge 2 dicembre Livorno, Modigliani Forum 3 dicembre Assago, Mediolanum Forum 1 febbraio Padova, Kioene Arena 2 febbraio Bozen/Bolzano, Eiswelle/Palaonda 5 febbraio Napoli, Teatro PalaPartenope 7 febbraio Bari, Palaflorio 8 febbraio Reggio Calabria, Palacalafiore Mika: intervista Com’è il tuo rapporto con i fan? Un rapporto molto forte. Ci sono alcuni che riconosco perché mi seguono da dieci anni, ma sono sempre sorpreso dalle persone che vengono perché c’è davvero di tutto. Tutte le età, uomini, donne, ragazzi, giovani, meno, giovani. Quello che faccio è nato da una stanza, quindi è surreale fare questo salto con il materiale nato dall’intimità e che poi va in giro grazie ad un firmacopie in cui ci sono persone che non conosco, piene di passione ed energia. È sempre surreale. E ci sarà anche un tour di ben 12 date… Ci sono 12 date in Italia con uno show che sarà quello più intimo e spettacolare mai fatto. Ci sarà un’intensità ben rappresentata dall’energia e dalla grinta che ho in questo momento per il mio lavoro, per quello che sto facendo. Sarà un one man show e cambierà da un giorno all’altro. Quali canzoni troviamo in scaletta? Per il tour italiano c’è una scaletta diversa da quella americana, francese e inglese. È piena di canzoni di questo disco che si mischiano tanto bene con le mie grandi hit. Ci sarà una band in parte rivoluzionata con il chitarrista di Adele, un gruppo fortissimo. C’è un equilibrio che mi fa davvero piacere. Con questo album hai ritrovato te stesso, hai ritrovato Michael… Ho ritrovato me stesso e soprattutto l’energia. Sto scrivendo solo per me, l’emozione che esce non va giudicata, i colori non vanno giudicati. La melodia può esistere a servizio dell’emozione, ma volevo questo album pieno di colori forti. Ho ritrovato questa energia che si sente anche sul palco. Nella copertina del disco infatti c’è la tua foto in bianco e nero poi un’esplosione di colori… La verità è che in tutti i miei album non mi sono mai presentato con una foto a colori. Mi sembra giusto così perché il colore viene dalla musica e dalle canzoni. Da lì che la vita vissuta in bianco e nero diventa colorata, diventa più bella anche nella tristezza o nella rabbia. Per questo scrivo e rappresenta al meglio il mio atteggiamento, il mio modo di essere. Vedremo questo tour anche in tv? Per ora questo tour rimane una cosa intensa, ma effimera. Ho deciso di non riprendere i concerti perché c’è un linguaggio diverso. Se volete vedere questo mondo sospeso e spettacolare dovete vederlo di persona. Google translation:
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    Hello and welcome new Aussie Glad you finally joined the forum. There're some Mika fans from Australia here. If you want to chat with them, you can do it here : And if you want to know how the forum works, you can take a look at this one:
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    "Mika is supersticious. And he feels energies. When he talks with someone he is able to "read" more that they are saying. He feels energy of a place. Every thing has its own memory, every place has its memory." Yeah, I'm not surprised about this, he seems to have a 7th sense for people wanting to complain to him / ask him questions he doesn't want to answer (yet). You can be pretty sure that if you want to do any of this, you won't get a chance to talk to him (after a show). Anyway that's my experience. The energies of places thing is also not new - I remember he complained about the venue in Wiesbaden in 2010, because it had formerly been a slaughterhouse and he said it smelt like blood and he felt sick by it. The energy at the gig there was great though, so whatever. To me it's a bit hocuspocus, I believe him that he can "read" people - you get sensitive for possible trouble if you get bullied for years. But about the places, I think it's more superstition. Probably Germany has some sort of "bad energy" to him, that'd explain a few things.
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