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Oh No...Yes!Yes!

by Ouija Radio

Indie rock all mixed up with classic rock, punk, blues, jazz with amazing songs, great musicianship and powerful gravely female vocals.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Red Eye Fly
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2. Devil and the Witch
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3. Secret Garden
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4. Fair Weather
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5. Today is our Last Tomorrow
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6. Spirit of the Ox
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7. Cookie
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8. Spinning Cyclone Death Machine
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10. Lantern Light
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11. Sunrise in California
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Album Notes
The third album from this Twin Cities indie rock powerhouse has turned out to be their opus. Oh No...Yes!Yes! was recorded in the depths of the Minneapolis winter at the legendary Terrarium Studios by Jacques Wait and Dave Gardner to sound larger than life.

Ouija Radio has greatly expanded upon their sound greatly from 2004's Last Night on Earth, which could be oversimplified into Stevie Nick's fronting Siouxie and the Banshees. Since then the band has folded in echoes of classic rock and the rich history of 20th century American music for a more complex take on 21st century indie rock.



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Under the Volcano

Ouija Radio have unleashed the ultimate audio temptation!
With a vocalist who shouts, shrieks, and screeches like the evil and naughty younger sister of Poly Styrene, Siouxsie Sioux, Exene Cervenka, and Dinah Cancer, Ouija Radio traverse a musical landscape that's riddled with frightfully blaring rhythmic ferocity and sensual, yet beastly, melodic infectiousness. Oh No...Yes! Yes! is a whirling madhouse carnival of maniacal whims, sinful urges, and lustful depravity crammed into a towering wall of amplifiers and bursting with frenetically loud joy. It's a melodiously vibrant conglomeration of Post Punk, New Wave, Goth, Psychedelia, Industrial, demonic Pop, and Rock N' Roll. Without a doubt, Ouija Radio have unleashed the ultimate audio temptation!

Joe Savory of Chain-Whipped Magazine

this band has it all, and they're smart about dishing it out
Strange and wonderful things happen when you use an electronic device to fuck about with the occult. Ouija Radio indeed. Twenty minutes into it and there's already dead folks dancing all up the walls and swinging to and fro on the light fixtures. Ghosts are somewhat hard to identify when they're going nutzo like that, but I could have sworn I saw Siouxsie over in the corner there (hope she's OK). But enough about the dead and dancing. I'm giving this disk Five full stars. Why? Cuz that's all I've got to give! No, 'Why?' ...well, cuz this band has it all, and they're smart about dishing it out. I feel rocked but not battered, sexed but not abused, and nostalgic without "deja vu". Ain't a drug in the world that can do all that, baby. I'm never one to subscribe to the concept of "favorite bands", but my ghosts are advocating an exception... at least for the next few days.

Rita, Big Wheel Magazine October 2006

All in all, a very versatile record!
I'm happy to say Ouija Radio somehow managed to put a punk rock twist on the music genre of the "working man". Vocalist Christy Hunt teeters on the edge of Siousxie while she belts out notes that Robert Plant would be proud of. Yes, some of the music actually resemble the mathematical sense of Rush. All in all, a very versatile record!

Tim Thompson, Rick's Cafe October 2006 issue

a core of creative exploration and artistry bleeds through
The newest addition to Crustacean Records roster, Minneapolis natives Ouija Radio, is creating something entirely fresh with audacious riffs, infectious hooks and a dedication to incredible tone. The songs are post-punk, new-wave flavored concoctions that meld the Pretenders with the Kinks and then smash the whole thing into ground, churning it through severe reverbs and overdriven amplifiers. The resulting CD, Oh No Yes!Yes!, is manic, fun, groovy and addictive....Oh No Yes! Yes! is at times delicate, at times raging, at times gorgeous and at times ferocious. But through the whole journey, a core of creative exploration and artistry bleeds through, giving you a glimpse into the soul of this sometimes giddy, sometimes morose, always entertaining band.


It's lush, layered and well-orchestrated, yet easy to simply enjoy.
Based on the assortment of sounds on Oh No...Yes! Yes!, it's definite that Ouija wants to make sure you're not bored. They power their way through an extensive range of sound and influences, from surf to punk to new wave to cabaret, with even a liberal amount of thick sludgy psychedelic rock dropped in for good measure. It's lush and tasty, and the vocals of Ouija Radio frontwoman Christy Hunt are the sweet icing on this bit of cake....If you're a fan of music, I mean simply a fan of music, whether it be punk, rock, folk or a bit of it all, then get this one. These three define their sound and then defy it. It's lush, layered and well-orchestrated, yet easy to simply enjoy. That makes it perfectly punk. An indie band going for this sound would only end up making something that took too much work to appreciate.

Waka Waka

This is like a firestorm. I've seen them everytime they've played in D.C. and I
OH MY GOD!! This is one of my favorite groups. I've seen them every time they've come to D.C. and they bring the house down in flames. The best performers, musicians, and some of the most unique songs I've ever heard.

Words can't compare.