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Do What You Want Single, Import


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Come on come on Aug. 17 2005
By E. A Solinas - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Ever since Phantom Planet went garage-rock, rough'n'catchy powerpop is a bit hard to get your hands on. But it seems that the boys from OK Go are willing to take the throne.

"Do What You Want" is an EP preceding their forthcoming sophomore album, "Oh No." Good tunes, rough instrumentation, and a palpable sense of dancey fun, coupled with a rough edge that their debut didn't have. Here's hoping the new album is more of the same.

It opens with "Do What You Want," an energetic and catchy bit of dance-rock, cocky and heavy on the guitars. It's probably destined to be overplayed on some vapid WB show as a party tune, but it has enough guts and fun to be a good guilty pleasure.

Then they take a rougher, rock-ier edge for the second song, "Invincible" -- expect lots of grinding riffs, roaring vocals, and slightly twisted lyrics: "When they finally come to destroy the earth/they'll have to go through YOU first/bet they won't be expecting that..." Just can the emo yells, boys, and you'll have it made.

Then there's a cover of the Cure's "Lovecats," which has a less out-there, wild sound than the original. These guys sound sleepy, sly and grimy. Damian Kulash's wild singing is punctuated by spurts of protesting guitar, and a few new-wavy quirks. It's a solid cover, just different enough from the original to be interesting, but not enough to be unfaithful.

OK Go still has a few flaws to iron out, but they have a lean, rough-edged style that will serve them well in their new album. Ok, go!
Happy Birthday Feb. 17 2014
By KATHY DAILEY - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
after discovering this band, my husband had a hard time finding their music in our small town. We love this one
Wow. July 26 2005
By Lover of Music - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I purchased this CD shortly after it was released, and let me be the first to say I could not have been more pleased with it. The opening track, "Do What You Want", is an upbeat, energetic song which makes dancing hard to resist. This is followed by "Invincible", my personal favorite on this CD, which, while a bit darker than Do What You Want, is a very good song for the fan of rock. The third and final track is a cover of The Cure's "The Lovecats". While I have not heard the original version of this, I must say that the boys of OK Go have done a very good job on this track. In its own right, it is a mellow and spectacular track.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
ok go is excellent Aug. 5 2005
By sina - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I am so excited to hear their new cd. That's why i purchased this "preview". It is the most amazing cd i have ever listened to.The beat is contagious and the lyrics flow like noodle soup. Awesome.

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