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Adam Randal Young
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Owl City is an American electronic music project created in 2007 in Owatonna, Minnesota. It is one of several projects by singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Adam Young, who created the project while experimenting with music in his parents' basement. Owl City developed a following on the social networking site MySpace, like many musicians who achieved success in the late 2000s, before signing with Universal Republic Records, now Republic Records, in 2008.
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B001285802 Maybe I'm Dreaming — Owl City Owl City Maybe I'm Dreaming (Album) Sky Harbor Records B001285802 Canada 2008 Sell This Version
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GE0349C Ocean Eyes — Owl City Owl City Ocean Eyes (Album) Universal Republic Records, Universal Republic Records GE0349C China 2009 Sell This Version
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00602527695952 All Things Bright And Beautiful — Owl City Owl City All Things Bright And Beautiful (Album) Universal Republic Records 00602527695952 New Zealand 2011 Sell This Version
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602537072057 The Midsummer Station — Owl City Owl City The Midsummer Station (Album) Universal Republic Records 602537072057 New Zealand 2012 Sell This Version
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B002330502 Mobile Orchestra — Owl City Owl City Mobile Orchestra (Album) Republic Records B002330502 USA & Canada 2015 Sell This Version
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AWD 329265 Cinematic — Owl City Owl City Cinematic (Album) Sky Harbor Records AWD 329265 2018 Sell This Version

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rosesred

rosesred

July 3, 2015
Such a creative and unique artist! His sound and lyrics are one in a million.
Mr.Slut

Mr.Slut

January 2, 2010
Postal Service light, if you will...
The songwriting is somewhat commercial, but still not bad at all, although the frenetic over-use of the vocoder as well as the style of singing tends to prove very repetitive. It's very nice and cozy for one song in a flowing mix, but to listen to a complete album of this makes my brain feel mushy.
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