I love this, but then, I would.

Even as their music became increasingly bogged down by vintage cheesy synths, Sonar drums and other trendy production tricks of the time, the Philly soul element still managed to emerge from it — “One On One” is a prime example. If you listened closely enough, you’d find that John Oates was a better than average singer. Daryl Hall’s singing was simply outstanding, and you don’t have to listen closely at all to know that.

On a lighter note

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  • April 27, 2007 at 12:21 am
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    Its my favorite Hall & Oates song by a landslide. Its one of those songs that makes me feel good every time I hear it.

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