Before the writing and recording of the 'OK, OK.', Julius C was pretty much imploding. The band's core duo of Vocalist/Guitarist Jay Stolar, Bassist Mike Tuccillo and Tuccillo's childhood friend, Keyboardist Jason Wexler, had grown to ten band members, they had burned through four drummers, and then they managed to top that off with a couple of painful personal break-ups that left the band members feeling empty, lost, and disconnected from the music they were playing. Cut to 2007 and it's not a pretty picture for a band that makes it's name on propulsive, shiny pop songs with hooks-a-plenty. Willing to give it one last try, the guys moved into a cheap house with a broken Jacuzzi in Newark, NJ with new drummer, John Adamski. By the end of the year, Stolar and Tuccillo had both written enough material to fill their own records. Returning to Tucclillo and Wexler's hometown of Staten Island, Julius C spent the next six months consumed in writing, arranging, and producing 'OK, OK.' The rock-n-roll spirit of the record sits on top of stories of love, loss, and self discovery that make for a uniquely introspective while still explosively raw record. 'Julius C's 'Ok, Ok.' is the perfect example of fantastically fun pop rock that is smart enough to delve into and conquer several genres of music in one shot. 'Ok, Ok'. is an addicting listen from beginning to end and quite possibly one of the best albums of the year.' - EnterTheShell.com.