Of June - Owl City Reviews
Description:Artist: Owl City / Released: 22 Feb 2010 / Label: Island
Newest Review: ... There's also some manufactured falsetto going on as the best of the lyrics are "When you are lying half asleep in your ... more
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Owl City Of June
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Owl City Of June EP
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by - written on 22/06/12 (Very useful, 33 readings)
First of it must be said, I don't really consider myself a fan of Owl City. Anyone who knows the guy is well aware that his fan base consists mostly of pre teen girls who think his lyrics are deep and dreamy, when in reality, they're not. The lyrics are mostly random rhymes, nonsensical stories, bible versus and rainbow dazed delirium. The vocals aren't really up to scratch either, reeking of autotune, making the whole thing seem an unnatural and processed jumble. However, some of the synth pop madness manages to hit a few decent notes. The most popular song by Owl City is without a doubt 'Fireflies' from 2009's 'Ocean Eyes' A rhythmic, magical one hit wonder. I was ... Read the complete review
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