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A must for DEVO fans!

Ok this one brings back memories of that excitement bringing home the brand new Devo album with the crazy picture on the front cover! I listened to a few of the samples and could tell that Devo had gone back to the roots that got me interested in them in the first I had to buy it! This album reminds me of one of the older albums, but with a very fresh perspective and appeal. Their sense of humor is returned and the sounds are new, but carry that DEVOness that seemed lost (to me anyway) in their past couple of albums. All I can say is welcome back DEVO!!!

It's like 1980 all over again

If you are into Devo, this is one really for devotees. Their 1st and best work in quite some time, amazing that we are all in our 50s now but can still crank it. Better to burn out than it is to album.


AWESOME!!! I have been a fan of DEVO since 1980 and its super cool that they came out with a new Album, I will always love anything DEVO puts out so give us some more guys. Growing up in the 80s was the best we had all the GREAT music.


Formed: 1972 in Akron, OH

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of new wave's most innovative and (for a time) successful bands, Devo was also perhaps one of its most misunderstood. Formed in Akron, Ohio, in 1972 by Kent State art students Jerry Casale and Mark Mothersbaugh, Devo took their name from their concept of "de-evolution" -- the idea that instead of evolving, mankind has actually regressed, as evidenced by the dysfunction and herd mentality of American society. Their music echoed this view of society as rigid, repressive, and mechanical, with appropriate...
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