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Omo's The White Album is a record full of spikey little pop gems--like a collaboration between Laurie Anderson and Young Marble Giants, mixed by Ricardo Villalobos, occasionally joined by Enoch Light on vibes and Raymond Scott on synthesizer. There's something strangely emotional about Omo's music, something beautiful, sunny--but never twee. Full of surprising juxtapositions and lyrical dexterity, The White Album expands the listener's universe while he or she sits comfortably in his or her own space. Omo is a duo comprised of Berit Immig (also a member of pan-European rockers The Chap) and David Muth, both previously members of the London-based Karamasov (Satellite Records). Together, they make music they describe as "domestic pop for domestic occasions"--not the kind of "pop" produced by Girls Aloud, nevertheless unforgettable once tasted.