Ep. 11: "How Bizarre" by OMC (#4, 1997)

Episode 11 December 10, 2019 01:13:21
‎One-Hit Wonders of the World
Ep. 11: "How Bizarre" by OMC (#4, 1997)

Show Notes

How bizarre to see a new episode of OHWOW, about the New Zealand trailblazer OMC, no less! In this episode, we get back to our roots with the story of Pauly Fuemana and Alan Jansson's 1997 smash. Plus, we take LSD, get abducted by robots, and surmise our demises. If you're interested in the rest, please contact our lawyers about the rights.

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