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Oh No! It's Devo Import

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  • CD (28 juin 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0009HLD2S
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle
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Oh, Yes ! It's DEVO
The de-evolution band , pas assez suivi en France , ce CD doit faire partie de toutes les bonnes discothèques !!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 time out for a deceptively serious album 17 mai 2010
Par Alabaster Jones - Publié sur
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Devo has always been good at tackling serious (or semi-serious) subject matter under the veil of silliness, but I think this is their best attempt at such. While New Traditionalists is normally mentioned as Devo's "dark" album, I think this one tops it in that area. Themes of impending mental collapse, paranoia, social decay, and various forms of mental illness are explored liberally throughout the album.. same as any other Devo release on the surface, but the music is so danceable and deceptively innocent that it may take several listens to pick up on the various layers of meaning in these ostensible pop songs. The most blatant examples of this are "Big Mess" and "I Desire" the lyrics of which were culled from crazy letters written to the band by an obsessed fan, and the journal of would-be Reagan assassin John Hinkley, respectively.

In any case, this is probably not the "best" Devo album, strictly speaking, but it is the one that gets the most play at my house. In spite of, or probably because of, its brilliantly disguised lyrical content, it's still the most fun of all of the band's albums for me.

This is an easy 5 stars, as is every Devo album that came before it.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Oh, yes! It's Devo 30 juin 2010
Par D. K. Malone - Publié sur
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Like some other reviewers have mentioned, I'm surprised at the nay-saying I'm hearing about this album lately. "This was the beginning of the end of Devo" and other such horse crap. I'd been into Devo since their first SNL appearance (late 1978/early '79?) and I don't recall this album having anything to do with any sort of decline or downfall. I know it never really qualified as a "hit" album per se, but I recall it being very well received by the fanbase, which by this time (late 1982) had boiled down a bit; it had been a couple of years since Whip It ruled the airwaves, and many Jonee-cum-lately fans had moved on to greener pastures. Still, the videos for Peek-A-Boo and That's Good were MTV heyday staples and aired constantly throughout most of 1983. Maybe Oh No wasn't exactly the band at their peak, but it's a classic nonetheless. I recall Devo referred to it as their "evil clown period". I sort of consider it to be part of an unofficial "Devo Phase II" trilogy that began in 1980 with Freedom of Choice (red flower pot "energy dome" hats,) continued with New Traditionalists in 1981 (plastic JFK/Reagan pompadours,) and ended with Oh No (toilet seat collars.) It was the follwing album, 1984's Shout, that made it clear that Devo had lost their edge, run out of juice, was no longer vital. I'm loving their new comeback album and all, but I would argue that this was Devo's last bona fide classic album. I could be mistaken, but I often hear hints of this record in a good bit of techno, at least up to the mid-1990s. I don't mean actual samples, just a general influence.

In any case, make no mistake: Oh No It's Devo is quintessential and a must-own for even the most casual spud.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Devo... need I say more? 11 juin 2016
Par Patrick - Publié sur
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Devo...need I say more?
5.0 étoiles sur 5 I love the quirky fun of this album and the decent ... 4 février 2015
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Tip Top Album! I love the quirky fun of this album and the decent (and not too cynical) messages.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 great cd 8 mai 2014
Par Z Butler - Publié sur
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Great CD I would recommend this for anyone.
It's another classic CD from DEVO
Love it and every track on it
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