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I didn't see anywhere that the band got it's name from the area code in the references. Could someone site a reference? <---It's a Denver thing. If you live in Denver/Boulder and don't know what someone's talking about when they say "the three oh three" you don't go out much or don't own a phone.
They also use a lot of electronics, including the Roland TB-303 (which has a committed following), so I'd wonder if that could be an inspiration for the name as well, although I doubt it. Either way, it needs to be referenced before being committed to the article. --Lesardah (talk) 22:51, 19 August 2009 (UTC)
Sean Foreman states in many interviews that the name of the band came from their area code in Colorado.
I'm aware the band has been described as "crunkcore" in the media/press/whatever. But, honestly, are they? Of their songs, I've only listened to "Don't Trust Me", which is more electronica than crunkcore (if you'll take a look at the articles, especially describing the style, you'll know what I mean). But, I haven't heard any of their other songs, so do they have a general crunkcore style? --LordNecronus (talk) 18:05, 27 September 2009 (UTC)
Needs to be mentioned, come on people.
Where are the beats from?
I noticed how this artical doesn't talk about how they do the beats, and both Nate and Sean are listed as vocalists. Does anyone know how they do it? Is it made like a drum machine? On a computer? Do they play the synth? That really needs to be in the article--HawthorneMN (talk) 02:26, 14 November 2009 (UTC).
- In this source they state their music is "based on software". dissolvetalk 05:07, 14 November 2009 (UTC)
Hey and House Party
Per WikiProject Albums, the date an album leaks is not notable for article. Furthermore, Hey and House Party are not confirmed to be singles off "Streets of Gold". Hey has not featured on Lil Jon's album, nor has been announced to any time soon.
As such, I am proposing these two songs are removed from the "Other Apperances" section. If we include these two, we may as well include every last song off Want and 3OH!3. There is no confirmation these are not just demo's, so yeah -- sk8er5000 yeah? 08:44, 7 April 2010 (UTC)
Though Natt Motte and Sean Foreman don't freely speak about thier personal lives they have mention thier dating statues at the moment. In a recent interview (Alternative Press) when asked if they are dating they responded. natt: Well, it would see like I don't really have time to date but I do, suprisingly. If you are a huge 3OH!3 fan then you would have seen the only picture on the internet of my girlfriend and I. Larissa is great, she understands I'm busy and I try my best. I love her. Sean: I'm not as serious as Natt about dating but, I have recently gotten into a relationship with a girl named Christine, she is amazing and the great thing about it is that we have known eachother for a whle. It was a smooth transition from friend to girlfriend.
From the Vaults?
I can't find any evidence that 3OH!3's next album is titled "From The Vaults." I think it's a misunderstanding about the songs they are currently releasing, which are all described as "From The Vaults" because they're old songs. If we can't find an actual statement from the band that "From The Vaults" is anything more than a series of old songs being released, we need to change the references to it being the title of their fourth album. 188.8.131.52 (talk) 15:11, 13 February 2012 (UTC)
As no evidence that "From The Vaults" is their fourth studio album has been provided, I've renamed the section and removed references to FTV being their fourth album. 184.108.40.206 (talk) 15:49, 1 March 2012 (UTC)