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Rock band O.A.R. unveiled today the title and unique concept behind their brand new studio album, The Rockville LP, set for release on June 10th on Vanguard Records marking their label debut.

Proving that sometimes you can in fact go home again, the album is a reflection of the creative renewal that band members – Marc Roberge, Chris Culos, Richard On, Benj Gershman and Jerry ... Read more in Amazon's O.A.R. (Of A Revolution) Store

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  • Audio CD (November 8, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Black Rock Recorded
  • ASIN: B005ZHB8UO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (98 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #223,298 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. City On Down
2. Get Away [9:30 Club Version] [Version]
3. Destination
4. Conquering Fools
5. About An Hour Ago
6. Black Rock
7. On Top The Cage
8. She Gone
9. Delicate Few
Disc: 2
1. The Wanderer
2. Hey Girl
3. Anyway
4. Hold On True
5. Night Shift... Stir It Up
6. About Mr. Brown
7. That Was A Crazy Game Of Poker
8. I Feel Home

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Any Time Now is the best CD that I have ever heard.
Ryan Leonard
It doubles in effect as a greatest hits CD, because the set list is certainly O.A.R.'s best songs (Untitled and Missing Pieces are the only ones missing).
Tim
A definite recommendation to any O.A.R. fan, or anyone who just likes good music.
Jason

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Tim on May 24, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is definitely a great CD, one worth the 5 stars. It doubles in effect as a greatest hits CD, because the set list is certainly O.A.R.'s best songs (Untitled and Missing Pieces are the only ones missing). I have seen them 3 times, and the CD really captures the energy they bring live, something that just cant be captured in the studio. You can tell Marc is in a really good mood and it shows in the songs. The highlights are City on Down, Black Rock, Hey Girl, Hold on True, Night Shift...Stir it Up, and Poker. I would recommend this to anyone, especially someone just getting on the band... this CD would be the best place to start your collection. O.A.R. is an incredible band, and hearing a live CD is the next best thing to seeing them in person, something I also totally recommend. Get on the band now... they're gonna be huge.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Chris on July 26, 2002
Format: Audio CD
O.A.R. (Of a Revolution) is a name to get used to, for the future is bright for these early 20-somethings. O.A.R. is a group that just seems to get better every time I hear them. This double-cd features a live concert in Maryland and is recorded by the same engineer employed by Dave Matthews Band for live recordings. The similarities between these two don't end there, however. Anybody who enjoys the upbeat songs from DMB can surely hop on the bandwagon (pardon the pun) with ease. The band arrangements even coincide, with both employing a saxophone for that unique flavor. A highly regarded group.
Recommended for fans of: Dave Matthews Band, John Mayer, Widespread Panic, Phish, Sublime, Long Beach Dub Allstars, Guster, Ben Harper, Bob Marley.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By N. Mamula on October 11, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Every CD that I have listened to has a certain passion, or a theme that comes from the writer's heart. Any Time Now by: O.A.R. follows the example of all the other CD's and expresses a sense of personal relationship through their beats, lyrics, and emotions. I would rate this CD high in my standards, considering I can listen to the whole soundtrack over and over without being bored or becoming tired of the songs. O.A.R. (Of A Revolution) uses their unique talents of creating a sound that never becomes old. They use the upbeat sound incorporated with a sense of mellowness to attract their fans to a mix of different genres. Through this CD, O.A.R. has about 30 plus songs that inherit their classic methods of writing music. A couple of the songs that I found were very popular and well known were, "Crazy Game Of Poker", "Black Rock", and sometimes even "Hey Girl". The one that has received the most response is "Crazy Game Of Poker" because of the recent interest in cards and how everyone seems to be listening to this particular song while they play poker. The listener will find a wide variety of plots and themes through this bands music. In addition to the wide variety, most songs on this album are very long in time length. Most of their songs range from 9 to 12 minutes in length, which is very long for musicians. With their classic method, O.A.R. has succeeded with this album and have created a quality CD that all ages can listen to. It would not surprise me if O.A.R. continued to excel in the music industry as long as they stay together and stick with what they are good with.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By adam on December 15, 2003
Format: Audio CD
O.A.R. is a group that is harshly criticized for "selling out" and going mainstream in their album "in between now and then." While I agree that the overall sound is much too smooth and perfected studio-wise, it's hard to hate on a band for capitalizing on their hard-earned success, which developed from their touring. I've followed O.A.R. since their days at Wooten High School in Rockville, Marylalnd, and there is no better way to experience this band then to see them live. I was actually in concert for the first of two days they used at the 9:30 club to record this album, and trust me, they haven't put many fine touches on these songs. Despite the many untrue comparisons to dmb, one way the two bands compare is that they both deliver in concert in a way few can these days. Though their musicianship is not complicated, O.A.R. plays songs which flow straight to your soul, using strong reggae vibes to perfectly express their songs about hope, peace and love. The O.A.R. boys love to play their music, and their showmanship expresses exactly that, with songs like Destination (my personal favorite), city on down, and Anyway (pretty much this song is all about their love of music). Many people first heard of the band through "crazy game of poker" and the song doesn't dissapoint here. They love to switch up the pace of songs and make things interesting, best shown with Night Shift, in which they invite junior marvin from bob marley's band to jam with them. Some people call O.A.R. a Christian rock band based on their uplifting lyrics, which I find amusing considering the majority of the band is jewish. The surprise for me on this live album was the hidden song on the first disk, an acoustic number entitled "short a try.Read more ›
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Reid Copeland on December 8, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Any Time Now was the first album I heard by OAR. I listened to their studio albums and I realized that OAR, like Phish and Dispatch and other jam bands, sound best live on stage. In the studio, OAR sounds rather empty to me. On stage, they are awesome. One of the differences is they have added a very talented saxophonist to the band for Any Time Now who adds a wonderful touch to their songs.
I went to an OAR concert and had the time of my life. They have so much energy and talent and the show was not for one second boring. I have seen John Mayer, Trey Anastasio, Guster, The Other Ones (The Greatful Dead), Dave Matthews Band, and Dispatch in concert and they were all as phenomonal as OAR was.
If you like any of the bands I have listed, you will love OAR. If you love any of the bands I listed than you should stop whatever you're doing and go by Any Time Now this minute. One thing OAR needs to do now is write new music, go on tour, then release another live album like anytime now.
Like the other bands I listed, OAR is wonderful, feel-good music. Many of their songs are the tellings of stories and the adventures they have had. Other topics of their music are partying, girls, drinking, and working. It seems like the last thing we need to listen to right now is Eminem singing about slitting his ex-wife's throat.
Hot tracks include: Conquering Fools, Hey Girl, Night Shift, About An Hour Ago, and Black Rock.
See OAR in concert....
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