Wong Cho Lam’s (王祖藍) new album release came at such a perfect time. Fresh from the success of the singer-actor’s debut screenwriting effort, Inbound Troubles <老表，你好嘢>, the all-rounder Cho Lam takes a step away from the TV screen and back into the studio. He returns to the music scene with his comeback album, The Curious Case <奇幻逆緣>, which was released on February 1, 2013.
The Curious Case, published by EEG’s MusicPlus, consists of five Cantonese songs, four Mandarin songs, and one English song – “Love You.” With the tagline, “Height has changed… voice has deepened… but a child’s heart… has yet to change,” the album sends off a tone of preserving childhood innocence and memories, as fervently displayed on the album’s title track, “The Curious Case.” Tracks “Letter to a Child” <給孩子的信> and “Music and Old Streets” <歌和老街 > also continue the album’s theme of looking at one’s life through the lenses of a child’s heart.
Through the album, Cho Lam hopes to bring listeners back in time, to revisit their innocent, pure, fun, and honest childhood memories.
1. The Earthling <地星人> – Cantonese
2. Music and Old Streets <歌和老街> – Cantonese
3. The Curious Case <奇幻逆緣> – Cantonese
4. Letter to a Child <給孩子的信 > – Cantonese
5. Glue Chips <膠粒> – Cantonese
6. Live Now <活現> – Mandarin
7. The Earthling Knows <地星人都知道> – Mandarin
8. The Calabash Doll <再見葫蘆娃> – Mandarin
9. Love You – English
10. The Ever-changing Weirdo <百變怪咖> – Mandarin
1. “The Earthling” MV
2. “Music and Old Streets” MV
3. “The Curious Case” MV
4. “The Calabash Doll” MV
5. “The Ever-changing Weirdo” MV
“The Ever-changing Weirdo” Music Video
“The Earthling” Music Video
“Music and Old Streets” Music Video
“The Curious Case” Music Video
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