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“Holdin’ On” sounds like a California classic that should be broadcast from an 8-Track player blaring from a customized van. Thirty-five years past that moment in time, the possibilities of the era come charging from Rooney’s 2010 release, Eureka. “I Can’t Get Enough” is an AM radio classic from the days when AM radio stations played music. “Only Friend” pumps up the Fender Rhodes. “Into the Blue” is the song meant for ‘70s soft-rock stations. Yet, for all their love of retro-styles, Rooney play with an urgency and power that was incorporated by the punk and new wave bands that followed. The guitar crunch of “All or Nothing” uses Cheap Trick, Elvis Costello and countless skinny-tie bands to make its point. The additional bonus cuts on the “deluxe” edition include the full-powered attack of “Pity” and the reggae-tinged “Can’t Put Your Heart Around Everyone.” And the acoustic tunes, “I Don’t Wanna Lose You” and “Go On,” where the band proves it can even pull it off with little more than the purity of their earnest vocals.

Customer Reviews


Rooney is the best at creating those great works of art that are AMAZING when you first find them, and a year or two later, they are still that wonderful! Eureka is truely a new art form, with it's twisting melodies and it's funky new riffs. This is a must-have for any music fan, you will not be disappointed.


I've been in love with this band for years. They've surely done it again!

I love Rooney but not what their fans are listening to...

Rooney is a great band. The music is upbeat, catchy, and retro while retaining the ability not to be pigeon-holed. I just wish Rooney would've not sold themselves short and toured as the opening act for The Jonas Brothers. They should've stuck with much more talented bands such as The Strokes. Hopefully, Rooney will stop associating with such inferior acts and start attracting the indie fanbase they so rightfully deserve.


Formed: 2000 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

California rock band Rooney emerged in 2002, making their live debut warming up for Phantom Planet, a more experienced L.A.-based group who shared similar classic pop influences (E.L.O., the Beach Boys) along with a family member. The younger brother of actor and former Phantom Planet drummer Jason Schwartzman, Rooney maestro Robert Schwartzman was also a son of Hollywood who had dabbled in acting, but by the early 2000's had turned his full attention to crafting pleasantly retro guitar pop. By the...
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