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Top Customer Reviews
Low points: Most of the songs are just not so memorable. Most of it is bland synth-pop.
High points: Baby Doll! Very catchy and a Swedish version was featured on the movie Tapeheads. Disco Dancer is a really energetic tune, especially the included 12" remix by Ivan Ivan. Some Things Never Change is a classic song of the Devo view on the fallability of the human race.
This isn't a terrible album, but it's certainly not Devo's best. If you are looking for the more techno oriented Devo, try Smooth Noodle Maps. I recommend Are We Not Men? We are Devo!, Freedom of Choice, and New Traditionalists as better albums to start with.
A note about the album art: They are posing naked on the back cover! I hear it's a parody of a Prince album. The front cover has a poorly pasted chin on David Kendrick's face. It's like sliding down his jaw! What happened was that Bob2's shirt was covering David's chin during the photo shoot. They didn't feel like posing for the same photo again, so they did a little last-minute "plastic surgery" on Kendrick.
Some things never change.
Most recent customer reviews
I love the "hardcore" Devo recordings and the first three official Devo albums. If you listen to the early stuff this record will make you cry.Published on June 4 2004
Devo is great but as far as recordings go this is about as fun as watching paint dry. well maybe not that bad, they really seemed to have gone to pop and less rock. Read morePublished on March 19 2004 by Justin Ahlers