Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Leno Tonight. Also, 23 Now.
OK Go will be on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno this evening, performing a musical selection from their recently released (we're talking this morning) first ever full-length DVD.  The other guest is--you guessed it--Courtney Love.  

Also, "Here It Goes Again" is on today's other big record release, Now That's What I Call Music! Vol. 23, if you can believe it.  So is Fergie, so... 


Blogger PennyEnvy said...

Hmm.. Now I have to go get my VCR ready.

(I'm too good for TiVo)


PS. I lied. I'm really too broke for TiVo...

3:12 PM  
Anonymous Jill said...

Yay - lots of notice this time! Thank you :)

Now my question is: *Who* is the OK Go Logoman that is making me laugh so hard on the OK Go website? Great job on those clips (thumbs up here)!

3:59 PM  
Blogger theleftoverlady said...

I say Logoman is Dan, but that is just me...Hey, why did Jeorge say "The other guest is--you guessed it--Courtney Love." Is there some kind of connection to the two that I missed?

4:21 PM  
Blogger JULIA! said...

I saw you guys Sunday in Seattle, you are awesome, I want to hang out with you.

7:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

coolies and this is new i heard here it goes again playing as the music for promoting the new oc season ^_^

9:42 PM  
Anonymous kristin said...

C Love better leave the boys ALONE!

10:53 PM  
Anonymous terren said...

i have to tape it.
thinking about 11:35 makes me tired.

12:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You guys were awesome tonight! Thanks for being so stinking cool!

p.s. I'm glad you recorded in sweden, thats where I'm from!

1:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is it true you guys will be in Minneapolis 11/8? I went to college with Damien and would love to see him.

1:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I watched you guys perform last night on the tonight show and loved the music. Reminds one of Beatles music with a little more edge. So, I found your site and checked out the lyrics in anticipation of purchasing the album, but the lyrics seem to be depressing and just enough profanity on it to think, why? I'm not trying to be disrespectful towards your work, I just think you could create a wider base of fans if you took those matters in to consideration when writing. With that said, your sound rocks......maybe I'll purchase a future album or just download singles.

I have a blog with blogspot, but don't want others sending me nasty comments because they're taking this the wrong way.


8:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey does anyone know where I can find it on line - I missed it last night as I fell asleep..

Thanks - I am sure they rocked!

9:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't depend on YouTube, buy the DVD. I just finished watching it, and it is great to see all the videos as they should be seen, at full resolution. Lots of funny new stuff too. Awesome.

8:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i wish i had money for the dvd!!

5:09 PM  
Anonymous Bagheera said...

This is what happens when you do things right -- the whole world (like "anon with blogspot" above) starts giving you advice (even criticism) because they care, because you've made a connection.

"Anon with Blogspot," you may have a valid point on one level, but on a deeper level, I appreciate that ok go is true to themselves instead of thinking "okay, what lyrics are going to make the sale." Yea, I had to get over some of the depressing lyrics, but then you get zen-brilliance like "it's a disaster, it's an absolute mess, but it's alright now" which is profound in its ability to embrace both the dark and the light (perhaps akin to creating art for a garbage company or trying to sell phones to people who don't want them).

Even I am infected with this desire to connect with the creative electrical awesome-ness that is ok go and give them advice (now Damien, take care of your voice - don't be like my mother who missed out on the opera role of her life because of nodes - if you're having troubles, Vitamin E is not only an anti-oxidant but will help your body with oxygen regulation -- useful for going from a low altitude to a high altitude -- and if you have trouble with coughing (smoky rooms, etc.), talk with a doctor about glutathione nebulization which sounds terrible but is another powerful antioxidant that you inhale (nebulize) into your lungs). ALL of you, you're on the fast track to fame -- pace yourself.

yeash, I am such a mother hen. bye!

(& yay! for the voting schtick - I'm holding ok go personally responsible for getting all those "deciding vote" voters into the polls)

9:00 PM  
Anonymous Bagheera said...

oops, DamiAn, sorry.

9:04 PM  
Blogger Betsi said...

I was at the Minneapolis concert on Wednesday, and I just want to say that you all better keep on doing what you're doing, because what you're doing is awesome. I thought Ok Go was pretty cool before the show. Now, I would cheerfully walk barefoot across state lines to see the next tour. Thanks for reminding me why I moved to a big city in the first place. Also, Damian, thanks for your failed attempt to move through the crowd, I was one of the first pair of hands to help pick you up.

Rock on, you crazy rock people.


8:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You were absolutely amazing on Friday night in Chicago!!!!!!! It was the best show I've ever been to!!!!!!!!!! :D :D Thank you sooo much!!!! :D

2:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

im still gathering myself from the san francisco show on the 7th. quit your dayjob ruled tooo!!!!! please bring them with you during your next tour! jonass owes me $2...

4:07 PM  
Blogger Sahara Sarah said...

Is there no email address on this website? Well, no one has accused me of being web-savy. I just think that treadmills are a fun thing to watch from any place, congo included, and the u.s.a. is no exception. cheerio.

12:54 AM  
Blogger Demara said...

I GOT TO GET MYSELF ONE OF THOSE "Now That's What I Call Music Vol. 23" CD's!!!

Here is my excitement in Japanese:

Hako no naka ni uideo wa poppu-bando ga imasu ka
~Gomendesai to Arigatoo Gozaimasu


I read your Japanese poster post from below and gave you a comment there as well just so you know and I guess that got me thinking Japanese again...I LOVE IT!!!

1:58 AM  
Anonymous bagheera said...

Okay, I have a confession. My earlier comment about voice care in this thread was an attempt to give some supportive advice while avoiding "trance suggestions" that would make you sick.

Since I just read over at the emiforum that Damian has since been unwell, I can speak plainly.

The moment you started hopping on airplanes to travel from concert location to tv studio and back again, you exponentially stressed your respiratory system and voice.

Aside from all the normal advice for singers, you might want to take extra antioxidants to offset the recycled air on planes, drink even more water, and read this for some uncommon information -- http://www.flyana.com/full.html

You are magical and what music should be -- be well.

12:07 AM  

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