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OK Go, an American rock band from Chicago and Washington DC, is best known for their singles "Get Over It," "A Million Ways," and "Here It Goes Again." Influenced by artists like
Cheap Trick, Q and Not U, Raspberries, Fugazi, T. Rex and Queen, OK Go shares management with
They Might Be Giants, another band with whom they toured before signing to Capitol Records. The band also served as the house band for public radio program This American Life on the show's fifth anniversary tour. Ira Glass, the show's host, wrote their first official bio, calling them "living catnip" and describing their songs as "part indie rock, part stadium rock, part straight up pop with the occasional whiff of
Weezer or The Cars or Elliott Smith."
Because of their success and popularity, on November 7, 2006, OK Go released a deluxe limited edition CD/DVD of their album, "Oh No". The DVD contains their videos (dancing and playing instruments), a video from 180 fans doing the "A Million Ways" dance for a YouTube contest, tour and never-released footage, and a behind-the-scenes look of their treadmill rehearsals for the video and for the VMA's.
Hits include: "Do What You
Other notable songs include --
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