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O-Town, short for Orlando, Florida, the cradle of teen-pop civilization, was created for the ABC reality show Making the Band. The group's debut was a frothy confection of slick dance-pop hits that sold 2 million copies. With two hard years of touring under their belts, group members have stayed together and moved into a house in Santa Monica, California, where they cowrote six of the songs on their second offering and enlisted one of rap's royalty to work with them. Nelly cowrote and produced "Favorite Girl" and adds his trademark vocals to "Make Her Say." Since leaving the world of TV, O-Town has moved away from their boy-band beginnings. Switching from hip-hop to dance to pop, they sometimes come across as a band in search of a sound. But O-Town's collective heart really seems to be in guitar-driven rock. They give Bon Jovi a run for their money on the rather overwrought "These Days," while "From the Damage" could have been lifted off a Goo Goo Dolls disc. O-Town is a band in transition, but give them credit for taking over the reins of their career. Maybe by the next album, they'll figure out what they want to be now that they've grown up. --Jaan Uhelszki

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  • Audio CD (November 12, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: J-Records
  • ASIN: B00006BCGV
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #191,057 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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O-town has grown so much since their first album.
Katie
The first time I heard it I fell in love with it - if I didn't have this album and heard this one song I would buy it JUST for this song.
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This album is awesome, I have always loved O-Town,but no i respect them even more, great recommended album !
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Erik's Angel on November 14, 2002
Format: Audio CD
"O2", the LONG awaited second album by pop group O-Town, is out and *hOt*. The thirteen track album is a dream come true for any O-Town fan, with a great mix of fast, slow, R&B, pop, and other various sounds of music. Here's a rundown of each of the songs...
1-> From The Damage--[Medium] A GREAT way to start the album. It shows some really great strength's that of the boys have vocally. A definite 5/5 stars.
2-> These Are The Days--[Slow] Their first single from "O2"! Great song. It definitely wouldn't have been my first choice for a single [at least their first single], but it's still a great song. 5/5 stars.
3-> I Only Dance With You--[Medium] Erik *DOMINATES* this song! At least the beginning [and if you couldn't tell I'm a definite Erik fan]. A GREAT song. Erik's voice is hypnotizing at the beginning! 5/5 stars.
4-> Favorite Girl--[Fast] Great song! If you enjoy music by Nelly, I definitely suggest this track - it's his! 5/5 stars.
5-> I Showed Her--[Slow] Beautiful song. The piano in the background really sets the scene - and Dan and Erik's voices are magnificent all the time, but definitely shine in this song. 5/5 stars.
6-> Been Around The World--[Fast] I can't get enough of this song. It has a GREAT beat, some great words. This probably would have been my choice for their first single. 5.5/5 stars.
7-> Make Her Say--[Fast] This is DEFINITELY one of my favorites. It definitely let's everyone know how O-Town feels about some things at the beginning of the song, and just never stops! 6/5 stars.
8-> The Joint--[Fast] Great song. It's about that song that you want the DJ to play to try to snag your guy or gal. *wink wink* 5/5 stars.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Dani on November 16, 2002
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O-Town has come a long way since being "lab rats" on Making The Band. Fearful of falling into the "Sophomore Slump" the guys begged for more freedom on their second album. The result was getting to write most of the album and to make it represent them as a group, and not their record company. The songs on "O2" truely show the growth of this young boy band. "These Are The Days" is the first single and is a preview of the album. If you are looking for cheesy teen-pop, you better look somewhere else. Maturing enough to mold George Michael's "Careless Whisper" into the bold "I Only Dance With You" proves that the guys can handle REAL music too. By writing their own music, the lyrics are much more deep. "From The Damage" the first track on the album, and written by Ashley Parker Angel, clearly shows that. These guys are able to write legit music when given the chance. This album is for anyone that outgrew Pop music and is looking for more mature songs. If you like rock, this album is for you. If you like r&b, this album is also for you too. After the first couple songs, you will definitely realize the work O-Town put into this album and appreciate it for everything it's worth, no matter what kind of music you are into.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By elizabeth on November 14, 2002
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this is an amazing album! I put it in my cd player and tripped. it's absolutely totally new. if you liked their single 'these are the days' then you should buy this album. you won't be dissappointed =)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Tom on September 5, 2003
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When the boybands themselves start realizing that the "boyband era" as we know it is dead and change the style of music they sing, it leaves little doubt that the genre's days are severely numbered. "O2" is perhaps the most striking shift in sound that I've ever witnessed between two consecutive albums by the same artist. Ashley, Jacob, Erik, Dan, and Trevor did a very smart thing by trading in the "same-old lame-old" hormonal high-school synth-pop droning that plagued their debut album, in favor of the guitar-and-drums foundation of a more rough-around-the-edges, r&b/rock hybrid sound. The result is a much better album, not just in terms of the music, but in terms of the vocals as well. This music better complements their less-than-perfect (but still good) voices, and the guys sound like they know it. The passion they put into their vocals this time around tells us that this is the kind of music they've wanted to make from the start.
The album starts out strongly with the mid-tempo rocker "From The Damage" and their first single "These Are The Days". The album does seem to "re-lapse" into boyband pop occasionally, with unremarkable tracks like "Favorite Girl" and "Girl Like That", but bounces right back with the top-notch soft ballad "I Showed Her", and the excellent power ballad "Craving". And the O-Town boys also prove that they still have a good dance-pop tune in them with the surprisingly catchy "The Joint".
One of the disappointments on the album is "I Only Dance With You", which incorporates part of George Michael's "Careless Whisper" (the music of the chorus, with approximated lyrics). Sorry, but I just don't like these "half-covers" like Sean ("P. Whatever-He-Calls-Himself-This-Week") Combs does. I'd rather have a straightforward cover, thank you ...
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Katie on November 22, 2002
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This cd is seriously the best cd i have ever heard. O-town has grown so much since their first album. As their first album was great their new one is 100 times better. The new songs are of such good quality and not just pop songs with no meaning. Their hard work on their sophmore almbum really shows on their well written half of the cd. Their vocals are strong and the fact that they pick up the guitar for many songs makes it even better. O-town is definitly heading it the right direction. From the Damage a song written by Ashley Angel is one of the best ones on there, its a really powerful song full of heart and meaning. Craving and Suddenly also written by Ashley Angel are great songs as well, they definitily go beyond the standards of a regular pop song. All the others excellent as well, I dont think i will ever get tired of listening to this cd. Their songs have definite depth and rock and r and b influences. Their talent shines through in this cd. It is definitily the best cd I have heard in a long time. I hope they continue to take their music in this direction becuase it is the right move...they are much better then they get credit for hopefully this album proves their talent to all those who dont know.
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