Al Boulton | Bang Bang Macau

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Bang Bang Macau

by Al Boulton

The title track inspired by the glitter and glamour of Macau casinos and nightlife, this is the debut album of Al Boulton. First and foremost a bass player, this album showcases the his best bass lines worked into groovy disco tunes.
Genre: Pop: Party Pop
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1. Bang Bang Macau (feat. Martin Zamigano)
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2. Looking for Some Funky People
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3. Booty Motivated
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4. I Don’t Want to Go Home Alone Tonight (feat. Craig Arblaster)
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5. Party At the Disco (feat. Dik Martini)
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6. Something About Her (feat. Craig Arblaster)
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7. Turn Me Loose
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8. I Am Really Loving You
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9. The Long Dark Night
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10. Because of You
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11. What’s the World Telling You (feat. Mingo Tuala, John Tuala & Laupisy Asi)
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12. Shame Song
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Album Notes
After returning from performing at a hotel in Macau, I set about writing this album. My experiences there resembled a pulp fiction movie with stark contrasts of good and evil played out in front of me as if I were watching a movie. I wish we had a camera crew on hand, sometimes I expected one to show up or a director to shout 'Action!'. When listening to this album you will pick out the fact that on the whole the songs contrast each other with being either fun or dark.


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