Record Of The Week - Oppenheimer
Oppenheimer were from Belfast, Northern Ireland. The band was made up of musicians Shaun Robinson and Rocky O'Reilly.
The group's self-titled debut album was released in the UK in March 2007 after previous releases in America, Australia and Japan. The album includes a cover of 'Don't Call Me' by Belfast songwriter Tom McShane.
Their first single from the album, a double A-side 7" featuring tracks "Breakfast In NYC", "Truth Or Dare" and B-side "Getting By", was released in April 2006. Watch the video for "Breakfast in NYC" below:
Where are they now? I briefly caught up with Rocky to find out.
What have you been getting up to the the past year?
In the past twelve months I have produced or mixed recordings for And So I Watch You From Afar, Axis Of, Fighting With Wire, General Fiasco, Slomatics, Empty Lungs, Wonder Villains, BeeMickSee, Carnival Kids, Antlered Man, Gum Takes Tooth and Math The Band.
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- Fighting With Wire
- Hooray For Humans
- Jetplane Landing
- Let Our Enemies Beware
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- The Moi Non Plus
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- Our Krypton Son
- Public Service Broadcast
- Sullivan And Gold
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- Various Artists
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