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Right Place Right Time

by Olly Murs

Right Place Right Time by Olly Murs

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Right Place Right Time

by Olly Murs

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Label: Epic
U.K. star Olly Murs makes his introduction to the U.S. with a little tour of American pop music. The opener marshals sweeping strings and martial beats into a bit of musical theater. Then Right Place segues into '80s pop ("Heart Skips a Beat"), '70s disco (on "Troublemaker") and '60s R&B (the malt-shop cute-fest "Dance with Me Tonight"). From there, the album heads for more familiar territory (overlapping with Bruno Mars' and Maroon 5's turf at times): dramatic love songs over crisp dance beats. Whether it's the right place and time remains to be seen, but Murs certainly has the right sound.

About This Album

U.K. star Olly Murs makes his introduction to the U.S. with a little tour of American pop music. The opener marshals sweeping strings and martial beats into a bit of musical theater. Then Right Place segues into '80s pop ("Heart Skips a Beat"), '70s disco (on "Troublemaker") and '60s R&B (the malt-shop cute-fest "Dance with Me Tonight"). From there, the album heads for more familiar territory (overlapping with Bruno Mars' and Maroon 5's turf at times): dramatic love songs over crisp dance beats. Whether it's the right place and time remains to be seen, but Murs certainly has the right sound.

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About This Album

U.K. star Olly Murs makes his introduction to the U.S. with a little tour of American pop music. The opener marshals sweeping strings and martial beats into a bit of musical theater. Then Right Place segues into '80s pop ("Heart Skips a Beat"), '70s disco (on "Troublemaker") and '60s R&B (the malt-shop cute-fest "Dance with Me Tonight"). From there, the album heads for more familiar territory (overlapping with Bruno Mars' and Maroon 5's turf at times): dramatic love songs over crisp dance beats. Whether it's the right place and time remains to be seen, but Murs certainly has the right sound.