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Might Grow on Me

I didn't know what to expect from Colorado's finest. Having released quite a few singles amidst multiple album delays, it would seem 3OH!3 aren't quite the same duo as when they first announced OMENS back in 2011. "You're Gonna Love This" might have been a great starting point, but the rest of the album hardly keeps up the pace. There are a few entertaining bars of sound and lyric (such as pop culture jabs like, "It ain't over 'til the fat lady sings / And Adele ain't on this track") but overall the project seems a bit weary and disjointed. Fans of WANT will most likely want to avoid.

What Happened?

They went pop. They lost their techno that I loved. They've gone pop. It's sad.

OMENS is a great album!

I've already listened to this album from start to finish, and I must say, I really enjoy it. Most of the songs have fun, and catchy hooks, that pull you in on the first listen. They're style, over all, seems to have matures quite a bit. They are changing, and some people seem to have trouble accepting that, but if everything they made was the same, wouldn't it get boring? There are plenty of songs for the fans of WANT, plenty of songs for fans of Streets of Gold, and plenty of songs for new fans. I believe this album is a solid update, and I'm very glad I purchased it.

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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