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OK Go discography

OK Go discography
Releases
Studio albums 3
Live albums 1
EPs 6
Singles 10
Compilation appearances 12

This is the full discography of American power pop band OK Go.

Studio albums

Year Album details Peak chart positions[1]
US US Rock US Heat UK
2002 OK Go 107 1 94
2005 Oh No
  • Release date: August 30, 2005
  • Label: Capitol Records
69 25 200
2010 Of the Blue Colour of the Sky
  • Release date: January 12, 2010
  • Label: Paracadute (Originally released under Capitol Records)
40 7
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Live albums

Year Album details
2009 Live from the Fillmore – New York at Irving Plaza
  • Released: 23 November 2009
2011 180/365
  • Released: 21 June 2011

EPs

Year Album details
2000 OK Go (Brown EP)
2001 OK Go (Pink EP)
2005 Do What You Want
2007 iTunes Live from SoHo – EP
  • Released: 5 June 2007
  • Label: Capitol
Master the Treadmill with OK Go
  • Released: 23 October 2007
  • Label: Capitol
2008 You're Not Alone (with Bonerama)
  • Released: 5 February 2008
  • Label: Capitol

Singles

Year Single Peak chart positions Album
US[2] US Alt.[3] UK[4] AUS
2002 "Get Over It" 20 21 OK Go
2003 "Don't Ask Me"
2005 "A Million Ways" 43 Oh No
2006 "Do What You Want" 133
"Oh Lately It's So Quiet"
"Invincible"
"Here It Goes Again" 38 17 36 63
2009 "WTF?" Of the Blue Colour of the Sky
2010 "This Too Shall Pass" 36 97
"End Love"
"White Knuckles" 36
2011 "The Greatest Song I Ever Heard" The Greatest Soundtrack Ever Sold
"All Is Not Lost" Of the Blue Colour of the Sky
2012 "Needing/Getting"
"Skyscrapers" "—" denotes releases that did not chart

Compilation appearances

Year Album Song(s) Label(s)
2004 Queer Eye for the Straight Guy (soundtrack) "You're So Damn Hot" Capitol Records
Future Soundtrack for America "This Will Be Our Year" Barsuk Records
The Alternative Album Vol. 2 "Get Over It" EMI Gold
2006 She's the Man (soundtrack) "Invincible" Lakeshore Records
Hello Radio: The Songs of They Might Be Giants "Letterbox" Bar/None Records
John Tucker Must Die (soundtrack) "This Will Be Our Year" Wind-up Records
Now That's What I Call Music! 23 "Here It Goes Again" Sony BMG
Kevin & Bean's Super Christmas "Father Christmas" KROQ
Now Summer 2007 (Australian series) "Here It Goes Again" EMI
2007 Dig for Fire: A Tribute to Pixies "Gigantic" American Laundromat
2009 New Moon (soundtrack) "Shooting the Moon" Chop Shop Records
Atlantic Records
Soundtrack 90210 "I Want You So Bad I Can’t Breathe" CBS Records
2011 Muppets•The Green Album "Muppet Show Theme Song" Walt Disney Records
The Greatest Soundtrack Ever Sold "The Greatest Song I Ever Heard" Artists' Addiction Records

Music videos

Year Song Director Album
2002 "What to Do" ?? OK Go
"You're So Damn Hot" Scott Keiner
"Get Over It" Francis Lawrence
"C-C-C-Cinnamon Lips" ??
2003 "Don't Ask Me" (Dance Booth version) Barnaby Roper
"Don't Ask Me" (Black and White version) Brian L. Perkins
2005 "A Million Ways" Trish Sie Oh No
2006 "Do What You Want" (Party version) Olivier Gondry
"Do What You Want" (Tour version) Scott Keiner
"Do What You Want" (Wallpaper version) Blip Boutique & OK Go
"Invincible" Michael Barnett & Damian Kulash
"Here It Goes Again" Trish Sie
2009 "WTF?" Tim Nackashi Of the Blue Colour of the Sky
2010 "This Too Shall Pass" (Marching Band version) Brian L. Perkins
"This Too Shall Pass" (Rube Goldberg Machine version) James Frost
"End Love" Jeff Lieberman & Eric Gunther
"White Knuckles" Trish Sie
"Last Leaf" Nadeem Mazen & Ali Mohammad
"Back from Kathmandu (GPS Parade)" OK Go
2011 "All Is Not Lost" OK Go, Pilobolus & Trish Sie
"Muppet Show Theme Song" Kirk Thatcher[5] Muppets•The Green Album
2012 "Needing/Getting" Brian L. Perkins Of the Blue Colour of the Sky
"Skyscrapers" Trish Sie
"White Knuckles" (in 3D) Eric Kurland

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