OMC

Also known as Atara Millionaires Club, O.M.C, O.M.C., Otara Millionaires Club
Members of OMC: Alan Jansson, Ermehn, Pauly Fuemana, Phillip Fuemana

Discography of OMC:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 How Bizarre EP (The Remixes) 4 Audio 1997 Huh Records
2 How Bizarre 2 Audio 1995
3 Right On 4 Audio 1997 Polydor
4 How Bizarre 10 Audio 1996
5 How Bizarre 10 Audio 1996-09-27 Huh Records
6 Land Of Plenty 3 Audio 1997-02-00 Huh Records
7 Right On 2 Audio 1996-05-27
8 On The Run 2 Audio 1997-05-00 Huh Records
9 We R The OMC 4 Audio 2000 Huh Records
10 I Love LA 2 Audio 1997 Huh Records
11 On The Run 4 Audio 1996 Huh Records
12 How Bizarre 17 Audio 1997
13 I Love L.A. 5 Audio 1997-10-00
14 I Love L.A. 5 Audio 1997-10-00 Huh Records
15 How Bizarre 11 Audio 1997-09-00
16 Land Of Plenty 2 Audio 1997-02-00
17 How Bizarre 10 Audio 1996
18 How Bizarre 3 Audio 1996
19 On The Run 4 Audio 1997-05-00
20 4 All Of Us 3 Audio 2007-04-00 Orpheus Entertainment
21 4 All Of Us 2 Audio 2007-03-21 Orpheus Entertainment
22 How Bizarre 4 Audio 1995-11-00
23 How Bizarre 2 Audio 1996 Polydor
24 4 All Of Us 3 Audio 2007-09-00 Orpheus Entertainment
25 How Bizarre 10 Audio 1996
26 Right On 2 Audio 1996-05-27
27 How Bizarre 10 Audio 1996
28 How Bizarre 10 Audio 1996 Huh Records
29 We R The OMC Remix 4 Audio 1995 Volition
30 How Bizarre 10 Audio 1996
31 How Bizarre 13 Audio 2014-08-22


The Otara Millionaires Club formed in the early 1990s out of the remnants of two earlier New Zealand groups, Houseparty and Fuemana, both centred around the Fuemana brother and sister, Phil and Christina, and their younger brother, Pauly.

Otara Millionaires Club played a few gigs around South Auckland and recorded two tracks for the seminal urban-Pacific collection, [r1864208].

After this they split and Pauly approached [a=Alan Jansson] who suggested they keep the intials and record together.

The result was the multi-million seller, How Bizarre. They jointly composed the music, Pauly sang & fronted the project and Alan effectively created, recorded and produced the music. The two ceased working together in 1997 after a dispute and Alan agreed that Pauly kept the name, although Pauly released nothing under the name.

They came together for one last release, 4 All Of Us, with actress Lucy Lawless, in 2007 and the name was allowed to die after the end of that project.

[a=Pauly Fuemana] passed away on 31 January, 2010.


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