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O.A.R. Revisits its Early Days with 'The Rockville LP' 

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  • Josh Goleman
One of O.A.R.’s earliest songs, "That Was a Crazy Game of Poker,” originally came out on the band’s 1997 album The Wanderer. With the twangy first half of the song in which singer Marc Roberge sings in a bit of a drawl about how he’s “gotta throw it all down and kiss it goodbye,” it continues to be a fan favorite that the group always plays live. But to hear drummer Chris Culos describe it, the song had a rather convoluted and complex origin.

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