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OVER ONE HOUR OF FOOTAGE !
The DVD contains the requisite traditional fare - a documentary on the making of Oh No and the album's four official Capitol Records videos. But tradition soon goes out the window in favor of OK Go's characteristically madcap approach to video making, yielding a grab bag of goodies from the band's career to date (encompassing material from Oh No as well as OK Go's 2002 self-titled debut). Fans can watch the evolution of the band's unusual dance style, beginning with an early dance routine for "C-C-C-Cinnamon Lips" performed on the Chicago cable TV show "Chica-go-go" in 2000 with The Public Radio Allstars serving as backing band and culminating with OK Go's homemade dance videos for "A Million Ways" and "Here It Goes Again." The video for "A Million Ways," which simply features the band dancing in Kulash's backyard, is the most-downloaded video in music history.
Highlights of the DVD include "OK Go Phenomenon V.3," a sampling of the more than 180 fan versions of the "A Millions Ways" dance that were submitted to the "OK Go Dances With You(Tube)" contest, a behind-the-scenes look at OK Go shooting the treadmill routine and rehearsing it for MTV's 2006 Video Music Awards, an acoustic performance of "What To Do," shot in black and white with the fellows sporting a decidedly retro look, OK Go's three PSAs for The Federal Truth in Music Project and "There's A Fire," a video game within a video that segues into a scene with the video game characters interacting in their "real life." Live versions of "Do What You Want" and "You're So Damn Hot" document the band's adventures on the road, from autograph sessions and radio station visits to bowling and goofing off in numerous state parks while fans star in "Don't Ask Me," showing off their moves in a dance booth that OK Go brought on tour in 2002.
|2. Do What You Want|
|3. Here It Goes Again|
|4. A Good Idea at the Time|
|5. Oh Lately It's So Quiet|
|6. It's a Disaster|
|7. A Million Ways|
|8. No Sign of Life|
|9. Let It Rain|
|10. Crash the Party|
See all 13 tracks on this disc
|1. Here It Goes Again|
|2. A Million Ways|
|3. Get Over It|
|4. Don't Ask Me|
|5. Do What You Want|
|7. You're So Damn Hot|
|8. Do What You Want (Tour Version)|
|9. Don't Ask Me (Dance Booth)|
|10. What To Do|
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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
The music is varied, energetic, smart and really good listening especially recently in the car on s long road trip with my kids who like OK Go too.Published 24 months ago by Moira
My god is this overproduced crap...
Not only did they sound like everything else already put out.. Read more
Brilliant album, from cover to cover. Loud, charged, full of catchy tunes and fun music. Love the video that comes with it. Must have for every collection!Published on June 6, 2010 by M. Keens
It's clear the band set out to simply have fun in this outing. "Oh No" swings out a swagger from the opening beats of the boisterous "Invincible" to the final lingering tones of... Read morePublished on May 25, 2010 by D. Baker
This is a fun duo - the audio CD plus a DVD with music videos, interviews, etc.
OK Go is a toe-tapping tight band; and Damian Kulash has a great voice.
I actually ordered several cds with this particular cd. Unfortunately this one showed up a week later than the other two! The CD was in great shape and plays great! Read morePublished on July 6, 2009 by Aaron M. Orzel
I purchased this CD for my husband as a gift. The price was better than that in the store and got a great deal!Published on January 20, 2009 by S. J. Ward
One night very late I got a video for a song called "Get Over It" by OK Go, it was the perfectly produced pop punk that so many bands are doing in the wake of Green Day and I... Read morePublished on June 26, 2008 by Bradley Jacobson