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Customer Reviews

Good song

It grows on u. I really like it now.
It's soo 3OH!3 and Ke$ha adds her stuff into the mix really well.
Good job.

Wrong with the world

To me, the music from 3OH!3 seems to symbolize everything that's wrong with the world... I know it sounds weird. To me it screams "commercial", and "life without thinking" and "distraction from the real issues" of the worst sort. Apologies to anyone changing the world for the better who likes this sort of music.

It's completely bizarre... but I feel this sort of music just says so much about our culture it's sad.

Catchy

This single from their upcoming album is one of those songs you gotta listen to, to like a lot.

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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