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If the more brittle tension of his first two albums had mellowed by the time his third, The Origin Of Love , was issued, No Place was sunnier still. Drafting in pop song-writing titans Wayne Hector and Benny Benassi helped craft a near-certain smash, with a chorus that echoes the commercial ballast of stadium gods Coldplay or OneRepublic. In France, Mika could be found perched on one of the famous red chairs on The Voice , and in Italy, he was halfway through a three-year run as a judge on The X Factor. Nonetheless, No Place In Heaven is a diverse, hugely accomplished collection. The comparisons with the singer-songwriters of that era are obvious, but no less justified for their familiarity; but to accuse Mika of following some sort of formula is to entirely miss the mark. No Place In Heaven can be bought here. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
After his first two records were described as campy affairs, Mika's third release The Origin of Love marked a drastic shift in musical style for the songwriter. No Place in Heaven continues that evolution. Mika described the recording process in an interview with Out Magazine: "I formed a little design studio with my sister and started drawing again like we used to in the kitchen of my mother's house. I was basically liberating myself and making my brain work very hard—scaring myself with challenges. As a result, the album is direct, low-down, open, candid, playful, yet a mature pop album which takes its inspiration from '60s pop music, very much the way my first album did. Shortly after the record was officially confirmed, the songs "Talk About You" and "Last Party" were released. The latter song is an homage to late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury. The video for "Last Party" featured Mika singing directly into the camera and was filmed in black and white by famed fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh.