Old enough to remember when Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves came out and you suddenly couldn't go anywhere without hearing Bryan Adams, and this kept up for a year or two before he did some flamenco covers for the Don Juan DeMarco soundtrack, and then Western civilization hit its breaking point and decided to revive boy bands instead? Well... Murong Xiao Xiao is the Chinese version of first-stage Bryan Adams. At this point, all evidence suggests her music will continue to play until the heat death of the universe.
On hearing we were covering this song for KTV Wednesday, Echo remarked that "it reminds me of those hair salons where you can get a cheap prostitute... why are you writing that down? Don't quote me on that!" Other places you will hear this include massage parlors, bus stations, hospitals, convenience stores, wholesale bazaars, t-shirt shops near tourist attractions, elevators nationwide, low-level government ministries, the province of Henan, and Western hotels with local staff who have seized control of the music system.Having trouble viewing this show on Youtube? A China-hosted version of this song can be found on Youku, or by simply searching online for 爱情买卖 ("Love for Sale") by 慕容晓晓 ("Murong Xiao Xiao").