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"Blame It on the Radio boasts 13 tracks and clocks in at a whopping 70 minutes. It’s a sprawling rock record, the kind you seldom hear these days. Cuts such as “Deaf Radio,” “Jukebox Junkie” and “Like Pennies You Had Me Wishing in the End” define the album as a riff-filled, raucous ride through energetic rock."
“Good Tune[Stars and Stripes]”
“...this band is a hot commodity. Check them out! ”
“I bloody dig OS!”
“The hottest band out of Dallas in years! ”
“Dude...God or Money rocks!!! Love it! ”
“ [the opium symphony is]"perfect epitaph for a night of wanting-to-hear-something-new fever". Harder Beat describes the songs as "electrifying" "The band sounds raw, yet polished", according to the article, and "kudos" for a "well-received" set. ”
“As soon as Opium Symphony took the stage, it was obvious this was not your average rock band. The complex music was full of unusual twists and turns that was not easily anticipated. ”