Oh My My OneRepublic
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- 1Lets Hurt Tonight03:14
- 2Future Looks Good03:31
- 3Oh My My03:39
- 12Lift Me Up03:46
- 14Wherever I Go02:50
- 15All These Things03:19
Info for Oh My My
„Oh My My“ is the anticipated follow-up to OneRepublic's 2013 album „Native,“ which debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard Top 200 chart and has sold over five million units worldwide. It produced the hit singles "If I Lose Myself," "Feel Again," "Love Runs Out," "I Lived,' and "Counting Stars," which reached No. 1 in 54 countries and has sold over 10 million downloads.
OneRepublic, which is Tedder, guitarist Zach Filkins, drummer Eddie Fisher, guitarist Drew Brown, and bassist Brent Kutzle, released their debut album Dreaming Out Loud in 2007. The album included the smash single "Apologize," which shattered digital sales and airplay records worldwide and received a Grammy nomination.
The band's second album, 2009's Waking Up, produced three singles: "All the Right Moves," "Secrets," and "Good Life." Tedder is also a Grammy-winning songwriter and producer who has worked with such artists as Taylor Swift, Adele, Beyoncé, U2, Ellie Goulding, Maroon 5, and many others.
Produced by Brent Kutzle, Ryan Tedder, Noel Zancanella, Zdar and Boombass
Featuring the anthemic songwriting of Ryan Tedder, OneRepublic rose to prominence in 2007, when “Apologize” began its reign as the most popular digital download in American history. Although the song proved to be a quick success, OneRepublic had spent five years touring the musical minor leagues before its release, with Tedder splitting his time between the band’s work and production gigs for other artists. Tedder and Zach Filkins formed the band in 2002 and relocated to Los Angeles shortly thereafter, adding keyboardist Drew Brown, bassist/cellist Brent Kutzle, and drummer Eddie Fisher to the lineup in the process. OneRepublic then signed with Sony BMG’s Columbia label in 2003; three years later, however, the bandmates returned from a performance at Coachella to find themselves dropped from Columbia’s roster.
Nevertheless, OneRepublic’s popularity continued to soar on MySpace, and Tedder helped raise the group’s profile by penning songs for artists like Blake Lewis and Hilary Duff. Hip-hop producer Timbaland (with whom Tedder had already worked for several years) took notice of the group’s audience and signed OneRepublic to his own Mosley Music Group, a joint venture with Interscope Records. Timbaland also remixed one of the group’s most promising tracks, “Apologize,” and included it on his own album, 2007’s Timbaland Presents Shock Value. The song quickly became a platinum-selling single in many countries, breaking airplay records in the U.K. and selling an unprecedented 4.3 million digital downloads in America alone. Later that year, OneRepublic stepped out on their own with Dreaming Out Loud, a debut album filled with piano-fueled songwriting and pop/rock melodies. The album quickly went gold, and “Apologize” continued to top the singles charts in multiple countries. Another Tedder-penned track, Leona Lewis’ “Bleeding Love,” experienced similar success at the same time, thus making Tedder one of the year’s most celebrated songwriters. OneRepublic began writing songs for a second album in 2008, and the group later decamped to Colorado Springs to avoid outside distractions. Although initially planned for a summer release, Waking Up wasn’t completed until September 2009. “All the Right Moves,” the album’s lead single, was released to radio that same month, while the entire album followed in November. In 2013, OneRepublic returned with their third studio album, Native, featuring the singles “Feel Again,” “If I Lose Myself,” and their biggest hit to date, “Counting Stars.” During the group’s subsequent extensive world tour, a deluxe version of Native was released, featuring the hit “Love Runs Out,” which reached number 15 on the Hot 100 and was a Top 10 hit in several other countries.
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