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love it

This song is great, it's fun and super catchy. 3OH!3 is amazing and this was deffinately not a disapointment and worth the buy :)!

its amazing.

ive been waiting for this 4EVER. ive heard the live versions, but have been waitinf for this forever. them and kesha go together really well, and ppl complaining about kesha, stfu, i dont see any of you making the most played song on the radio in history. I dont see you making a debut album that premiered on the charts at number one, a feat that even lady gaga hasnt done. stop hating, kesha and 30H!3 for life.

fantastic

awsome. i had my doubts about 3oh!3 but this is a really good song. ill be listening

Biography

Formed: 2004 in Boulder, CO

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

3Oh!3 are a duo from Boulder, Colorado (i.e., area code 303), whose style of music includes jokey raps, indie electronica beats, and lots of tomfoolery. Founded in 2004, the duo is comprised of Sean Foreman and Nathaniel Motte, who met while attending the University of Colorado. 3OH!3 made their recording debut in 2007 with a self-titled, independently released album. Their second album, Want (2008), was produced by Matt Squire and released by Photo Finish Records. In addition to their album releases,...
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