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    My Little Airport

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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Debbie, Don't Send This Song To Others lyrics
    2Frankie Wants To Be Alone lyrics
    3Dolly And Bb Will Not Wake Up Anymore lyrics
    4Gigi Leung Is Dead lyrics
    5You Don't Wanna Be My Girlfriend Pheobe lyrics
    6My Little Banana lyrics
    7Coca, I'm Fine lyrics
    8Song Of Depression lyrics
    9I Don't Know How To Download Good Av Like Iris Does lyrics
    10I Was Too Nervous At That Time lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Becoz I Was Too Nervous At That Time [2005]
    2Poetics – Something Between Montparnasse And Mongkok [2009]
    3Zoo Is Sad, People Are Cruel [2007]
    4We Can't Stop Smoking In The Vicious And Blue Summer [2007]
    5The Ok Thing To Do On Sunday Afternoon Is To Toddle In The Zoo [2004]


    my little airport is a Hong Kong-based indie pop band. Their lyrics are marked by spelling, grammar, and rhythm inflected by Hong Kong English. Ah P (Lam Pang) writes the lyrics and the music, which he also plays, while Nicole (Nicole Au Kin-ying) sings. They occasionally invite friends (Ah Suet, who speaks French, for instance) or relatives (Nicole's younger sister) to participate to their albums and shows. They established Harbour Records with four other indie bands from Hong Kong, and on it released their 2004 debut album the ok thing to do on sunday afternoon is to toddle in the zoo. In 2006 they joined Elefant Records, hoping to gain distribution beyond Hong Kong's small indie fanbase.

    The band had its start while the two were journalist students at Hong Kong Shue Yan College, writing songs in both English and Chinese.[1] Then, they intended to put into use the lessons learnt in class, and this is why many of their songs can be said to address the basic questions: "Who ?", "What ?", "Where ?", "When ?", as journalistic works typically do. The duo is also notable for their quirky song titles, often addressed to friends, such as "leo, are you still jumping out of windows in expensive clothes?", "victor, fly me to stafford", or addressed to celebrities, such as "gigi leung is dead", "faye wong, about your eyebrows". In 2009, the group started writing politically themed songs such as "divvying up stephen lam's $300000 salary" and "donald tsang, please die". The latter song was written after Tsang suggested that the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 was insignificant compared to China's current economic power[2] (such social/political themes had already been extensively developed by Ah P with Forever Tarkovsky Club, a side project he had set up with Pixeltoy's Ho Shan between 2007 and 2009). Its latest album titled poetics — something between montparnasse and mongkok was released on November, 23rd, 2009.

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