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Hall & Oates: Guilt, Pleasurenew

In a more reasonable world, no one would ever have to closet their love of Hall & Oates.
YES! Weekly  |  Ryan Snyder  |  12-14-2011  |  Reviews

Daryl Hall and John Oates Get the Box Set Tribute They Deservenew

Four discs, packed with 74 tracks -- including 16 previously unreleased rarities, about half of them live -- and a glossy 60-page book with track-specific information, details Hall & Oates' crossover appeal, longevity and somewhat unexpected resurgence in recent years.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Hal Horowitz  |  11-10-2009  |  Reviews

Secret 'Stache: The Passion and Pop of John Oatesnew

John Oates' mustache has become a pop-culture phenomenon almost wholly removed from the musician himself. And far from simply indulging an irony-obsessed generation, Oates has jumped on the bandwagon.
Philadelphia City Paper  |  Shaun Brady  |  11-25-2008  |  Music

Hall & Oates: No Such Thing as Ironic Hipster Kryptonitenew

Ten years after the Yacht Rock incident, the first mashup album is here.
Seattle Weekly  |  Jennifer Maerz and Ben Westhoff  |  08-27-2007  |  Profiles & Interviews

Oates & Hall?new

The world has relegated Oates to the position of Hall's sideman -- but next time you hear some meathead tearing down Oates, ask him why Hall's solo albums never set the charts ablaze.
Dig Boston  |  Jed Gottlieb  |  03-01-2006  |  Profiles & Interviews

Wild Oatesnew

For John Oates, turning over a new leaf meant shaving off his Freddie Mercury moustache. Oates still ain't as pretty as his taller, blonder, better-known partner, Daryl Hall of Hall & Oates, but for our money, the pint-size David Starsky doppelgänger has got to be a better sport than, say, Andrew Ridgley, the silent half of Wham! Better yet, judge for yourself via this exclusive Q&A.
Riverfront Times  |  Mike Seely  |  08-25-2004  |  Profiles & Interviews

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