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They have catchy songs with great lyrics.
The upbeat music makes you just want to dance along and sing the songs obnoxiously out loud in the streets because they're just that good.
I've listened to this cd every day for the past week and have come to a conclusion: OK Go knows how to make a great album.
Outstanding work! All kinds of wonderful musical influences can be heard and enjoyed in this music while still providing originality and authenticity. Great album!Published 27 days ago by D.B. Derry
Great CD. I have been listening to this artist for several years and finally broke down and bought their CDs. No complaints at all.Published 16 months ago by Renee
Best CD I've ever owned. Played it so much that the lining came off. And of course hard copy is better. Nothing like having that CD case in hand!Published 18 months ago by Kayla Stewart
I love this band and this CD is a must have. It's fun, lively and exciting. The music is moving and accessible to a variety of age groups.Published on November 15, 2011 by J. Spears
I love this CD so much that I've scratched up badly playing it and moving it from CD to CD player. So I needed a new copy.Published on May 8, 2010 by M. Wood
High in sugar, low in vitamins. Except C-C-C-Cinnamon Lips (which is truely annoying) all songs are very good.
I have to admit, OK Go came up with an original distinctive sound for their debut album, which is very imporntant for a band. Read morePublished on January 1, 2009 by Mark Twain
Its a really good album,and it sounds very different form everything out there and they had a hit before the killers and all those genre busting groups (I checked out release... Read morePublished on December 31, 2007 by David Waterman
This cd is a lot of fun to listen to. It's good for 2am dorm cleaning sprees, car rides, getting ready for school... anything. Read morePublished on October 10, 2007 by May Morrison