O'Phil | Love Songs For Soccer Moms

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Love Songs For Soccer Moms

by O'Phil

The best combination of funk rock reggae ska and good times by any band ever!
Genre: Reggae: Ska
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1. Brink
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3:50 album only
2. Sad Song
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3:55 album only
3. You've Got It All (Original)
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3:57 album only
4. See
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4:40 album only
5. 6 Pak Annie
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6. Evil Smerph
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3:24 album only
7. Home
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5:31 album only
8. You've Got It All (Bobby G. Remix)
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4:12 album only
9. Reno
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10. Don't Know Much
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3:00 album only
11. Get Over
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2:58 album only
12. You've Got It All (Adam Gee / Bobby G. Rap Remix)
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3:46 album only
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11 years, 20 + members, countless songs and dancing feet. That's Ophil in a nutshell. But I bet you want more details than that... well there are plenty more to give.

Ophil was formed in October 1994 by 4 very restless individuals in Winfield Kansas. The original members consisted of Chris Burley, Alex Thomas, Aaron Underwood and Shane Marler. After experimenting with various musical styles, the band began to write more and more originals that were influenced by ska. Despite this association Ophil always pushed themselves to fuse various styles and defied most labels.

Natural progression would lead the band to add a horn section and go on a run across the midwest and west coast that would last for a little more than a decade. They have released 3 full length studio albums, one live album, and countless bootleg albums which they offered for free off their website. They played with national acts and garage bands... they played in front of crowds of 15,000 people and in front of 2 people...

No matter what was in style or popular Ophil always had fun making music...


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