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Ozma

The Doubble Donkey Disc

Kung Fu 78797

Released on June 25, 2002


$9.25
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Ozma's second album "The Doubble Donkey Disc" is a collection of 2 EP's on one CD on Kung Fu Records. The album is remixed and remastered and sounds amazingly better than the original release. Fans with the old version of "DDD" will truly appreciate the difference. For those not in the know, "DDD" is a double EP slapped together on one CD. (Whoa...is that a rap?) The first five songs ("The Russian Coldfusion EP") are russian- influenced jazz-fusion rock. Amazing stuff! The last five are collectively known as "The Bootytraps EP," songs dedicated to Ozma's booty alter egos. Trust us...you'll dig it long time!

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Flight Of Yuri Gagarin  8%
2 No One Needs To Know  10%
3 Korobeiniki  5%
4 You Know The Story  10%
5 Landing Of Yuri Gagarin  7%
6 The Business Of Getting Down  8%
7 Maybe In An Alternative Dimension Voted #3  12%
8 Immigration Song Voted #1  17%
9 Flight Of The Bootymaster  8%
10 Continental Drift Voted #2  15%
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Mike from Bowling Green, OH 
Sep 8 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this cd has some catchy songs. too bad they broke up before they ever became anything more than the poor man's weezer...

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Patrick from Ashburn, VA 
Aug 17 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Ozma(now disbanded) has an extremely unique sound that is much different from anything else out there. I love the keyboard sound as well as the clever vocals. The cd is very good and has a great chill sound to listen to when you're doing nothing. I'd reccomend Rock and Roll Part III over both this one but it is still a great cd.

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Edward from Banning, CA 
Sep 9 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

OZMA, they came along just as I was thirsty for somthing new, original, and they sure delivered. This disc has a wonderful mellow sound that carries you through it with a beautiful ambience. They are definitely the new kings of EMO, making it a style all thier own. Maybe they should call it "turbo-EMO" or somthing of that nature. A really cool album for all of us children of the eighties in our early twenties, as these suckas make alot of references to some of our most wonderful childhood experiences like Nintendo. In a day of cracked out technology, its really refreshing to hear some great music reminding of the good ol' low technology days of of my youth. BUY THIS!!!!! or at least buy their other full length, "rock and roll part fivemillion"

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Raul from Long Beach, CA 
Jul 11 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

If you like Weezer, you'll love Ozma. I don't mean that cheap-overproduced-weaksauce green album stuff, I refer to the good ol' Weezer. Some say Ozma, is a Weezer rip off. I say Ozma has a great weezer sound, with their own uniqueness... and with out the emotional strings. A modern indie classic. Plus, it also has an awesome cover of "Korobeiniki". For those of you without a Phd. in Russian Ethnicity, it's that Tetris song that was made Techno. But Ozma made it ROCK... take that techno!








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