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Really exited to see em' live today for the first time! Oceano has potential. “Depths” is a good debut album, even though it doesn’t really set the band apart from other bands. However, they are insanely young, and rarely does a band develop a distinct sound on their first record.

Really exited to see em' live today for the first time! Oceano has potential. “Depths” is a good debut album, even though it doesn’t really set the band apart from other bands. However, they are insanely young, and rarely does a band develop a distinct sound on their first record.
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