Category: Techno

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  • Takora
    Produced by Brian Eno, Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! was a seminal touchstone in the development of American new wave. It was one of the first pop albums to use synthesizers as an important textural element, and although they mostly play a supporting role in this guitar-driven set, the innovation began to lay the groundwork for the synth-pop explosion that would follow .
  • Kajicage
    59 rows · Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! is the debut studio album by the American Genre: New wave, post-punk, art rock, punk rock.
  • Sajind
    A: We Are Devo!, LP, Album, Ltd, Pic, RE, R1 Honestly, even the fact this is a picture disk it sounds great. Not superb or perfect, like in the really quiet moments you do hear surface noise, but really this is equivalent to a EX copy of the original, with the surface noise not being noticeable during play.
  • Nikoktilar
    The über-dorks who made America uncomfortable for a couple years in the s, Devo have emerged as one of the most influential bands of the decade, thanks to this debut. Not only did they make New Wave safe for the masses, they gleefully turned rock 'n' roll icons on their heads without forgetting to make music that rocks.
  • Zulkilkree
    Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!, an Album by Devo. Released 28 August on Warner Bros. (catalog no. BSK ; Vinyl LP). Genres: New Wave, Post-Punk, Art Punk. Featured peformers: Mark Mothersbaugh (vocals, keyboards, guitar), Gerald V. Casale (bass, keyboards, vocals), Bob Mothersbaugh (guitar, backing vocals), Bob Casale (rhythm guitar, .
  • Ball
    Released August 28, ℗ Warner Records Inc. Also available in the iTunes Store.
  • Bale
    Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! is a brittle, small masterpiece of Seventies pop irony, but its shriveling, icecold absurdism might not define the Seventies as much .
  • Bragul
    A: We Are Devo! ( UK track LP including Jocko Homo, Satisfaction & Mongoloid, pressed on RED vinyl, complete with illustrated lyric inner, top opening picture sleeve. The sleeve shows a little shelfwear & a bit of edge scuffing but the vinyl remains near 'as .
  • Samujin
    The wonderful metronomic synth noise is fantastic ("Are we not men?"-"We are Devo")while the vocals aren't that far away from XTC's Andy Partridge. 'Too Much Paranoias' sounds like a demented relative of Captain Beefheart and is followed by the fantastic 'Gut Feeling' which has a piano-style similar to the work of Magazine's Dave Formula (I /5(39).

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