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User:Toe Rag cited Ey3 as a guest player for "help with electronics" on my talk page. Does anyone with CD/LP of the first album (either KRS or .jp version) have a credit to him other than a remix credit?
Currently, the article states: "OOIOO shares much of the musical style of the better-known Boredoms".
I find this to be an unfair assessment. To my ear, it kind of sounds like what Boredoms have done SINCE OOIOO's first couple of albums, but certainly not before. OOIOO's sound is much more melodic and percussive than previous Boredoms albums. 18.104.22.168 22:19, 15 March 2007 (UTC)