The Chicago band OK Go combined off-kilter guitars, Pixies/Cars fetishism, and straightforward power pop sensibilities to produce eccentric, catchy songs. After just a few months, OK Go garnered considerable media attention in Chicago without having recorded an album, their success attributed partly to an exuberant live show and opening spots for heavyweights like Elliott Smith and the Promise Ring. They eventually signed with Capitol and issued an eponymous debut in 2002, scoring the modern rock radio hit "Get Over It." When the combo returned in August 2005 with Oh No, a couple low-budget music videos became hits. ~ Scott Sepich
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