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Oo Oo Wa

About Oo Oo Wa

These songs may be tailor-made for radio airplay, but they refer to so many sources and take such a bizarre viewpoint that Oo Oo Wa come off as far too intelligent for the mainstream. Their slick, professional production may not sit well with the indie kids, and their decidedly un-Hootie approach might confuse the college crowd, but neither will be able to resist their oddly retro melodies and simple, repetitive vocals. This has the shameless emptiness of the greatest songs of the 1980s, with a strictly modern take on musical backing and pop-culture fascination.

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Oo Oo Wa

These songs may be tailor-made for radio airplay, but they refer to so many sources and take such a bizarre viewpoint that Oo Oo Wa come off as far too intelligent for the mainstream. Their slick, professional production may not sit well with the indie kids, and their decidedly un-Hootie approach might confuse the college crowd, but neither will be able to resist their oddly retro melodies and simple, repetitive vocals. This has the shameless emptiness of the greatest songs of the 1980s, with a strictly modern take on musical backing and pop-culture fascination.

About Oo Oo Wa

These songs may be tailor-made for radio airplay, but they refer to so many sources and take such a bizarre viewpoint that Oo Oo Wa come off as far too intelligent for the mainstream. Their slick, professional production may not sit well with the indie kids, and their decidedly un-Hootie approach might confuse the college crowd, but neither will be able to resist their oddly retro melodies and simple, repetitive vocals. This has the shameless emptiness of the greatest songs of the 1980s, with a strictly modern take on musical backing and pop-culture fascination.

About Oo Oo Wa

These songs may be tailor-made for radio airplay, but they refer to so many sources and take such a bizarre viewpoint that Oo Oo Wa come off as far too intelligent for the mainstream. Their slick, professional production may not sit well with the indie kids, and their decidedly un-Hootie approach might confuse the college crowd, but neither will be able to resist their oddly retro melodies and simple, repetitive vocals. This has the shameless emptiness of the greatest songs of the 1980s, with a strictly modern take on musical backing and pop-culture fascination.