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Your Daily Sign of the Apocalypse

An abundance of text would only distract from the following sight:

Michael Wong sings
Going platinum!

That’s right: Michael Wong sings. Actually, Wong has had his own band for awhile, but never before has he been allowed to bring his work to a wider, international audience. Joining Michael on a couple of tracks are Kelly Chen and Kenny Bee. One shudders to think of the possibilities.

Buy or rubberneck here.

I’m off to buy a lottery ticket because this is the same day we learned that Chow Yun-Fat has been cast in the Dragonball Movie and Lee Byung-Hun is rumored to play Storm Shadow in the G.I. Joe Movie. I may also jump off of IFC tonight to see if I have the power to fly like that guy on Heroes. My other option is simply to stay in bed for a week.

Michael Wong in City Hunter (1993)
Buy my album!

UPDATED with YouTube Link!

BTW, my computer currently has no sound, so I still don’t know what this sounds like. However, watching him boogie during the rehearsals gives me the willies. If you check this out you may want to hide your kids first.

9 Responses to “Your Daily Sign of the Apocalypse”

  1. rachael Says:

    “what the hell, this is a thing you call a saxaphone?”

  2. quadshock Says:

    hahaha I actually am very curious to hear what he sounds like. Does he actually have a music background?

  3. Webmaster Kozo Says:

    Not sure about the music background, though apparently this is not his first album. A friend just told me that Michael Wong released an album back in 1998, where he sings in both English and Thai. Not surprisingly, it was released in Thailand.

  4. brad Says:

    Are you sure this album is not just a collection of his most famous memorable Chinese-midsentence-into-English quotes from his incredible movie career? I’d buy it.

  5. Yin Says:

    Ergh! My poor ears are bleeding just from reading the tracklisting! Can you imagine him singing “Quando, quando, quaaaaandoooooooo”?! Couldn’t he have just put out a music only album?

  6. Ross Says:

    Michael Wong singing ‘Maneater’ could be the funniest moment of the year.

  7. Christopher Says:

    A surprising lack of “singing” in that promo video — I think I am thankful. My favorite quote “it isn’t always about the perfect note” - yes Michael, we know. I am scarred from the moments of Michael doing James Brown. I need to go stockpile clean water and canned goods - apocalypse indeed.

  8. TheGoldenRock Says:

    Here’s a video of said apocalypse:

    http://hk.youtube.com/watch?v=cRydK4JKuuY&feature=related

    A little creepy and a little cheesy, but not all that horrible. Doesn’t mean it’s any good, though.

  9. PantyHose Hero Says:

    Well, It’s time to pull out the “Royal Warriors” rope and string his ass to a building. I’m quite curious too, to be honest.

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