The new Nigerian rock/pop group Boko Harem have released their sensational new album 'All Girls Banned'.
The updating of the group's first great hit 'A Whiter Shade of Pale' has caused quite a stir in Africa. Group leader, the psychedelic Ibrahim Ibadullah, announced the new version entitled 'The Darker Side of Pale' is a celebration of the educational progressive rock band No Girls Allowed. 'We have been inspired by our Manager Allah Islam' he declared 'and have set out to integrate the standard 'Love For Sale' with Punk African rhythmic expression.'
Boko Harem have attracted attention in both the States and the UK with prominent DJ's B.B.Obama and Big Dave Conman giving the group's album 'All Girls Banned' plenty of publicity.
Toni Blare, former DJ now touring the world as an inspired religious leader, commented that Boko Harem were the new world visionaries and the future lies with them and their well known theme song 'We Don't Need Ed U Kate Ion.'
PLEASE NOTE Procul Harem, another rock group, have announced their wish to clarify their distinct differences from Boko Harem.