The long awaited follow-up is here. Merging both
electronic sampled sound with live guitar and vocals, OOP creates a sonic
landscape where electronica, goth, and art rock meet for back alley quickies.
The end result is a collection of songs on sex, religion, et al. that mashes
cryptic lyrics with sometimes crawling/sometimes kinetic beats and a dark
sonic texture. This music will wash over you while harnessing the
darkness into an arty musical force. Odor of Pears has progressed
a lot since I first heard them all those year ago. -- Boone