Boy George Returns with ORDINARY ALIEN on 2/1/11, out on Ultra Music!

Pop icon Boy George is poised to release his first artist album in more than ten years. Following a non-stop, sell-out European tour with ‘Night Of The Proms’ in 2010 where George performed to over 15,000 fans a night, one of the World’s most recognizable figures is officially back on mainstream music’s radar for good.

Ordinary Alien is an accomplished collection of tracks featuring Boy GeorgeKinky Roland’s faultless mod-pop production. As songwriters and all-round creative entities, Boy George and Kinky Roland have worked closely over the past fifteen years and Ordinary Alien is born out of this relationship – the pair are renowned for their seemingly never-ending surplus of quality material.

If Boy George isn’t writing then he is simply not Boy George – moving into 2011 and in light of this huge body of work, Boy George is determined to be the recognized as the talented musician he is. Ordinary Alien is the rise of George again – releasing fresh music to the World and chipping away at his craft as a writer, a singer, and a successful producer.

Originating from Berlin, Kinky Roland has been producing top selling tracks and remixes with some of the biggest names in Dance Music – BananaramaS’Express with Mark MooreRoland Sebastian Faber (aube records), Mini Legend, Starcluster (with Keen K on aube records), Marc AlmondMark MooreJonny SlutGlen GregoryFran,Princess JuliaGene SereneJohn Taylor; and of course Boy George.

Boy George first shot to international stardom in the 1980s as the front man of one of the UK’s biggest exports –Culture Club, who are re-uniting in 2012 for a Word tour to celebrate the group’s 30th Anniversary. He has sold over 50 million albums and has had top 10 hits in every country.  Singer, actor, DJ, artist, photographer, fashion designer, he has constantly reinvented himself and remains today one of the world’s most recognisable iconic figures. Having recently recorded a track for Mark Ronson’s album ‘The Business International’, George and Mark are appearing together at London’s The Roundhouse on February 16th 2011! Boy George will be releasing lead single “Amazing Grace” in two parts, with part 1 out this week! “Amazing Grace”, which was written by Boy George, John Themis & Kinky Roland was produced and mixed by The Sharp Boys. While the first release of “Amazing Grace” features remixes from Kurd Maverick, Sharp Boys, and a variety more- the second part will drop Feb 2nd and includes not only an acoustic mix of the track, but 4 additional remixes!

In the meantime, be sure to check out Part 1 of “Amazing Grace”, as well as the stunning and colorful video for the track:
Boy George’s ‘Ordinary Alien’ is released digitally by Ultra Music, on February 1 2011

Tracklisting:
1 Turn 2 Dust
2 Yes We Can
3 Brand New
4 Amazing Grace
5 Don’t Wanna See Myself
6 If I Were You
7 Go Your Own Way
8 Time Machine (iTunes only)
9 Here Come The Girls – feat Ave D
10 Seconds feat Phillip Something
11 Psychology Of The Dreamer (iTunes only)
12 Sanitized (iTunes only)
13 After Dark
14 Kill The A&R
15 Human Racing
16 Look Pon U

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  1. GabrieLoui says:

    The last album by Boy George since 10 years. This is not quite accurate, the latest album by Boy George goes back in fact to 2005 under the pseudonym The Twin. Instead, earlier in 2002 had come out “U can never b2 straight” mostly then a reshuffling of old tracks already published in other previous albums or as singles then a whole new album. The album came out five years ago under the pseudonym The Twin called Yum Yum was instead a real new album consists of 13 new electro-dance tracks. In this new “Ordinary Alien” we find the same principle of “U can never b2 straight” that is an excerpt from The Twin album plus singles or tracks already out in years from 2002 to 2009. So we can not talk about new album but rather a collection. All songs were remixed in a very commercial dance-90′s sound. It is not light if the Boy is so cutting edge ahead of its time bringing to the fore the 90s or more which remained trapped in the sound of a decade ago?

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