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Screen Kiss

by Oo Oo Wa

Stylish, British-influenced retro pop -- thirty years out of place and right on time.
Genre: Pop: British Pop
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1. Godliness
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2. Say It's a Deal
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3. Rocketship
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4. Ancient Chinese Secret
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5. The Edge of Autumn
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6. Angels
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7. See Paris
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8. History Lesson
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9. Screen Kiss
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10. Climbing
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11. Stars in the Daytime
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12. Across the Street
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13. An End to This
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14. Train Robber
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15. Forever & I (Live)
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16. What Women Wanted
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17. Mr. Variable
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18. History Lesson (Live)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
OO OO WA was a Chicago-via-Dayton pop band that existed from 1990 to 1995. Their debut album, "Screen Kiss," is considered a minor classic from a thriving independent scene. Label mates were Smashing Pumpkins, Poster Children, Brainiac, and Material Issue. OO OO WA released two albums, two EPs, a live album, and a b-sides collection. Many of its founding members are still in the industry today in other heralded acts, such as TRAVEL, Gustafer Yellowgold, Mink, Italian Aviation, Telegraph, and The Sad Comedies. Though OO OO WA never hit big, the music remains in demand and remembered. This deluxe edition provides a new master, new artwork, with bonus tracks.

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