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| Tuesday, July 25, 2006



Andy Lau will release his latest Cantonese album titled 'Sheng Yin' (literally translated as Sound) on 8 August with 'Xin Gan Bao Bei' as the only Mandarin track, the lyrics was written by Andy.

The 10 new tracks were being transmitted through mobile phones in Mainland China, he's also the first singer to do so, it came with good results as within 2 weeks, the earnings from ringtone and wallpaper downloads had exceeded millions renminbi (estimated to NT$4 million). The lyrics of the song can also be found in the Internet after the song was being distributed in Mainland China.

Fans from Taiwan could also listen to the new song from radio stations. The fans were delighted after hearing the song which was composed by Andy as they could feel the warmth from the song.

However, fans would have to wait till August before they could watch the music video of 'Xin Gan Bao Bei' on TV as many computer animations were used, thus it required a longer production time.

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