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|1. Uncontrollable Urge|
|2. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction|
|3. Praying Hands|
|4. Space Junk|
|6. Joko Homo|
|7. Too Much Paranoias|
|8. Gut Feeling/(Slap Your Mammy)|
|9. Come Back Jonee|
|10. Sloppy (I Saw My Baby Gettin')|
Is this not a new wave classic?! Includes Jocko Homo; Mongoloid, and Satisfaction !
When Devo's debut album came out in 1978, nobody knew what to make of the mutant new-wave quintet from Akron, Ohio. With Brian Eno's skillful production, Mark and Bob Mothersbaugh, Jerry and Bob Casale, and Alan Myers emerged fully formed and outrageous with their razor-sharp social commentary and exhibition of subversive media savvy. Beyond their industrial uniforms and pseudo-devolved demeanor, Devo also happened to be a rocking little band. Classic rave-outs like "Mongoloid," "Jocko Homo," and "Uncontrollable Urge" illustrate the band's perky-jerky intensity. On their inimitable cover of the Rolling Stones' youth anthem, "Satisfaction," Devo's avant-garde robot funk takes the song to a new level of alienation and discontent. While the band went on to greater fame, this was the only album they made that truly mattered. --Mitch Meyers
I bought this album for my husband. He has really enjoyed listening to it. I have also liked being introduced to some music from his "formative years". Read morePublished on May 22 2011 by dozzy
OOooh ,yeah! Uncontrollable urge is surging.Every time I listen to this CD,I cannot help giggling over those guys who have fire inside them with all their might. Read morePublished on July 2 2004 by Sound Profiler
O.K. I'd like to start off by pointing out that this record was the end result of DEVO's long and complicated de-evolution from multi-media project to major label "pop"... Read morePublished on May 28 2004 by jason gilmour
Except for They Might Be Giants, maybe.
I really like 80's music and listen to it a lot.
Now, pay attention.
This CD/tape/LP is NOTHING like those bands. Read more
Greg Schwartz's smoking gun; ie Devo's song "Gut Feeling" was stolen from Spandu Ballet's "Coffee Club" (off of their Diamond Album) was enough to peek my... Read morePublished on Feb. 16 2004
Devo was formed in 1972.
Their first performance was in 1973.
Their first release was in 1976.
Human League? Spandau Ballet?!?
I don't think so.
spandau ballet formed in 1979.
human league formed in 1977, but did not release an album until 1979. Read more
This debut Devo album was released in July 1978 and their second in mid 1979.
The Human League's first single was released in June 1978. Read more
This band totally bit their style and message from such Euro-synth groups as Human League, Thompson Twins and Visage. Read morePublished on Dec 31 2003 by Greg Schwartz