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In Love With Bosco

Bosco Wong (Singer)
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In Love With Bosco
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All Editions Rating: Customer Review Rated Bad 3 - 3 out of 10 (4)

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It may purely be coincidence, but TVB heartthrob Bosco Wong and his frequent co-star (and sometimes rumored girlfriend) actress Myolie Wu are both flexing their vocal cords outside their high-flying television careers, and are releasing their debut albums just a week apart.

Bosco is on a strong run this year with successive hit dramas Wars of In-Laws II, The Seventh Day, Moonlight Resonance, and The Gem of Life. He also recently received his first movie starring role in The Luckiest Man.

Bosco is no stranger to singing, having sung a few TV drama and cartoon theme songs since 2005. One such song, "Which Day" (ending theme of the 2006 series Dicey Business), can be found on Track 6 of the album, which also features his first plug, the ballad "Love You Everyway" (Track 1) and the fast-tempo second plug Hey Boy (Track 2).

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Product Title: In Love With Bosco In Love With Bosco In Love With Bosco In Love With Bosco In Love With Bosco
Singer Name(s): Bosco Wong (Singer) 黃宗澤 (Singer) 黄宗泽 (Singer) 黄宗澤 (ボスコ・ウォン) (Singer) Bosco Wong (Singer)
Release Date: 2008-12-05
Language: Cantonese
Country of Origin: Hong Kong
Disc Format(s): CD
Package Weight: 220 (g)
Shipment Unit: 2 What is it?
Publisher: East Asia Music
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1013722757

Product Information / Track List

黃宗澤 (Bosco) 加入樂壇首張專輯 “In Love With Bosco”
推介歌曲 抒情慢歌“全角度愛你”及 火熱快歌“Hey Boy”

1. 全角度愛你
2. Hey Boy
3. 多謝試用
4. 忙甚麼
5. 普天同愛
6. 第幾天《賭場風雲》插曲
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Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 3 - 3 out of 10 (4)

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January 10, 2009

This customer review refers to In Love With Bosco (2nd Edition) (CD+DVD)
1 people found this review helpful

Is this a joke?! Customer Review Rated Bad 2 - 2 out of 10
Surely this has to be a joke?!

I really can't imagine any record labels in other markets (apart from the Hong Kong market) releasing records where the singer can't even sing in tune. How did this guy even get a recording contract?

Assuming there are no other forces at work (which is a HUGE assumption given how the recording industry in Hong Kong works), this has to be ruining Bosco's career rather than aiding it. It was painful enough watching him trying to have a "sing off" with Eason Chan at the 2008 JSG Top 10 Awards - has anyone who is not deaf seen the guy try and hit his notes? It was like watching an episode of "The Office" except that Bosco wasn't acting. So he can't sing live, but if Britney can pull of an album surely you'd think that they can do something to make him sound passable.

But I've listened to a few tracks on this album and I'd bet a lot of people would rather listen to someone give birth. Bosco would be one of the people on American Idol that the judges tell that his mother lied to him when she said that he could sing. And this album....I suppose it's okay if you're done deaf and you just want to look at his pretty face on the cover.

Some TV stars can sing and make the crossover, like Bowie Lam, Nick Cheung and though Louis Koo was not great, he didn't sound like he was dying a slow death. I feel stink for Bosco, he either thinks he can sing or he owes someone a lot of favours!
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December 25, 2008

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2 people found this review helpful

Could his singing be even worse? Customer Review Rated Bad 0 - 0 out of 10
I really do not understand the policy of how TVB "force" artistes to release albums. Why bother to make someone who can't sing at all, like Bosco, to sing? Frankly speaking, it's not even acceptable to listen to the CD version. His live performance just gives me a nightmare, even worse than what I heard from karaoke rooms. You can tell that the released CD version had gone through so much post-recording editing to fix his flaws. I strongly suggest him to focus on his acting career instead .
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December 23, 2008

This customer review refers to In Love With Bosco (2nd Edition) (CD+DVD)
2 people found this review helpful

I like this album Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
I think this album is good. His voice is different and has potential to be a good singer. Maybe not much of singing techniques right now, but I think he handles the songs well. I watch JSG and he can dance well too. No
The songs are likeable. I like track 1,3 & 5. The MVs in this 2nd edition are really good too.
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December 21, 2008

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The singing stinks! Customer Review Rated Bad 0 - 0 out of 10
I cannot understand why TVB are continually pushing their actors to be singers. I think they really need to consider whether they can sing. There are one or two who I find would have potential as singers but Bosco simply cannot sing and does not have the voice. I have heard his previous TVB theme tunes and have to say that they are mediocre. I was shocked when I heard that he was to release an album.

He has no singing techniques at all and it really sounds like he is talking his way through his songs rather than singing them. Worse of all, he resembles a low standard karaoke singer even as a fan I would feel embarrassed listening to this.

The tunes are not bad and the record company has given Bosco the least challenging of songs to sing to avoid him displaying his flaws (which are more apparent in his TVB theme tunes due to him raising his voice) But even so, it doesn't help much because he ends up reading the lyrics. Particularly the slow songs where his lack of emotions and techniques are extremely obvious.

There is no surprise that his album will sell due to the accumulation of TVB fans who are predominantly fans of his acting. It is
also obvious that music is not the selling point of this album. However, he will need to improve dramatically in all departments of his singing if he wants people to take him seriously as a singer. I personally think he should stick to what he does best - acting.
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