Ooh

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"Ooh"
Ooh cover
Demo by Rivers Cuomo
Album Alone: The Home Recordings of Rivers Cuomo
Released December 18, 2007
Recorded Fall 1992 at Cherokee
Length 0:47
Label Geffen
Writer(s) Rivers Cuomo
RC# 145
COR# N/A
Producer Rivers Cuomo
Status Released
Rivers Cuomo song chronology
"Please Pick Up the Phone"
(RC# 144)
"Ooh"
(RC# 145)
"He's My Sweetheart"
(RC# 146)
Alone: The Home Recordings of Rivers Cuomo track listing
"Ooh"
(1)
"The World We Love So Much"
(2)

"Ooh" is the first track from "Alone: The Home Recordings of Rivers Cuomo". It was previously unheard before the album's release.

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Overview

The inspiration for "Ooh" came when Rivers Cuomo went to the Philharmonic’s performance of Mahler's third symphony sometime in 1992. Cuomo reported that his "mind was blown." After seeing the performance, he "resolved to incorporate the more complex arrangements and countermelodies of classical music in [his] rock songs." Said Cuomo, "So I wrote this little vocal piece as an exercise. It's a rip-off of Smetan's Moldau but what can you do."

On the recording, Cuomo's fingers can faintly be heard snapping. This was done to serve as a metronome and keep his vocal takes "somewhat in line."

Personnel

Lyrics

Ooooooooh [x15]

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