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  • CD (9 juin 2014)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Booji Boy Records
  • ASIN : B00JCE6AHC
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Par chevereau le 11 juillet 2014
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j'ai 4 album de devo méme something for everybody,mais celui-ci ne m'acroche pas du tout (déçu).bonne journée,salutations et à une prochaine fois.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wow! More DEVO please! 13 octobre 2014
Par Glen Hubbard - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
In my humble opinion, there are easily 4 to 6 tracks on this disk that are equal or superior to tracks on "Something for Everybody". My assumption is that the guys took the whole "Follow the advice of a marketing agency" seriously. There is definitely some gold the focus groups missed contained herein. I refer to "Monsterman" (Check out the video online!), Should-a Said Yes, On the Inside, Think Fast, Message of Hope, I Luv Ur Gun (Should have been a single!), but it's all good DEVO!

My one negative comment for this and Something for everybody, is this is full heady intense music. It is not the type of stuff I can just put on repeat and play over and over without being overwhelmed, it is not background music, but requires some actual listening. Play through it once, and you will find yourself humming several of the tunes throughout the week.

I hope this means we will see even more from the Spuds soon!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A Mixed Bag of De-evolution 15 juin 2014
Par SpudOz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Firstly, I am glad that this has finally been released on CD rather than just a compressed download. Some of us appreciate the better quality of full resolution audio rather than data starved MP3 files.

Whilst this album features the “rejects” that Devo recorded in the writing process for what eventually became Something For Everybody, they are surprisingly well finished for demos though lacking the flourishes that the various producers brought to the table for the actual album. A number of the songs featured here are very, very similar in style to a number of those from Jerry Casale’s “Mine Is Not A Holy War” solo album from 2006. I would not be surprised if some of these were actually written first for that album before being retried later here. And every track here features Jerry on lead vocals.

Contrary to what others have written, I believe that some of these tracks were good enough to have made the album in place of other tunes once given the same production values. Can U Juggle? and I Luv Ur Gun are both exceptionally catchy while Raise Your Hands and Think Fast feature the more serious side of Devo. There are a couple of clunkers in On The Inside and Big Dog. Message Of Hope explores similar lyrical themes to those on the bonus track Knock Boots from Something For Everybody so there’s only track that will make it out of those two. At some point decisions would’ve had to be made as to how many overtly political or politically incorrect tracks would appear on the album. A number of these songs were probably jettisoned in favour of something more “safe” – so no no Throw Money At The Problem, and I Luv Ur Gun.

Some of these tracks sound either lyrically “incomplete” or requiring new lyrics but were most likely discarded at this stage before going further.

I detract a star for the shortness of the album and the superfluous inclusion of the Polysics’ remix of Don’t Shoot (I’m A Man). What would have been really nice was to include demos of the songs that actually made it onto the album to see how they (d)evolved once handed over to the producers for “radical remixing”. Also, it would’ve been nice to include the four tracks from the Song Study that didn’t make the original CD so we could have full resolution versions of those rather than just the available compressed MP3 and M4A files. I guess that this would’ve resulted in a licensing agreement having to be made between Devo and WB.

Overall though, a must for any serious Devo fan.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 In no way are they rejects ! 11 juillet 2016
Par John Anthony Costa - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
"Something Else For Everybody" may be the rejects from the "Something For Everybody" release, but in no way are they rejects. These left overs have the early raw rock feel from the early days of Devo such as, "Are We Not Men" and "Duty Now For The Future". This left over of 11 tunes has a very consistent feel to them and feel as if this was an album release put together all of it's own with the nostalgic feel of Devo's sound. In my opinion this release is better than some of their previous work after "Oh No", such as "Shout" or "Smooth Noodle Maps". This just has the feel of their first two albums rather than "Something For Everybody" having the feel of "Freedom Of Choice" or "Oh No". These guys are Amazing. They don't write an album for 20 years and make an Amazing come back with half of what they wrote sounding like their newer sound, and the other half sounding like their older sound. Both releases are solid and worth the buy and also the time to listen. If your a Devo fan, this release is a must have.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not bad for an album of rejects... 11 janvier 2017
Par Mr. Eyeball - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The only thing I really have a problem with on this album are the lyrics on maybe half of the tracks. I've always appreciated DEVO for being a clever band, but some of the lyrics are pretty lame on this disc; Big Dog, Throw Money at the Problem, and I Luv Ur Gun. Starts out pretty damn good with Monsterman, which is as good as anything on Something for Everyone, but after the 5th track it goes downhill pretty fast. Musically, it's all pretty good, and totally up to standards with SFE, it just seems like the lyrics are uninspired. I'm glad I bought it, but I'll be cherry picking the tracks to listen to. The track Think Fast is a standout - should have been on the last album.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not as good as Something for Everybody. 21 décembre 2014
Par Gregory J Clements - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This follow-up album to 2010's "Something for Everybody" is well.....lacking. I've been a DEVO fan since the late 80's, and even saw them in 1989, when they played at Iguana's Bar there on the San Diego/Tijuana area. Compared to "Something for Everybody", this album falls short. Yes, it is a collection of rejected songs and demos which didn't make the original album, and to be honest it should've stayed that way. I hate to say such a thing, considering I have the utmost appreciation for what Mark Mothersbaugh and the DEVO gang do, but the truth is the truth.
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