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amazing

shaun and rocky come through again with a fantastic follow up to their first album! they manage a much heavier and darker sound with while keeping the fuzzy synth rock that defines them... a sonic experience that lives up to (and possibly passes) the previous album. no disappointments here!

great music

i've been following the music of this band since i saw them open for They Might Be Giants. Oppenheimer has very light original music. if you love techno or They Might Be Giants then you will love Oppenheimer's music.

Pretty Awesome.

This is a really great album, it's not as good as their first album but very close. I highly recommend it especially if you like their other cd. and i love how crazy their song titles are like "Fireworks are Illegal in the State of New Jersey"

Biography

Formed: November, 2004 in Belfast, Ireland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Rocky O'Reilly (guitar, keyboards, vocoder) and Shaun Robinson (vocals, drums) are the quirky electronic pop duo Oppenheimer. Formed in 2004, the Irish duo made quite a splash in England in 2005 when BBC Radio 1 DJ David Holmes championed their song "Breakfast in NYC." From there, Oppenheimer went on to perform shows alongside the Chalets and Architecture in Helsinki. A recording contract with Bar/None followed in September, and their self-titled effort arrived in Spring 2006. The 14-song pop gem...
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