OOF is a man of considerable vision, I am told. A DJ that embraces audiovisual performances, the Frenchman is out to provoke, not merely make people dance. “All Of Us Is One” is presented by the artist’s PR as a modern, reshaping of a Western soundtrack.
To my ears, it sounds like the rare, interesting combination of two radio stations fighting for the airwaves and listeners’ attention. As for the Ennio Morricone elements OOF is said to be quoting, frankly, they sound more like gypsy lautari playing a funeral. Still, this is well-produced new-age music that’s worth a peek.