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Timing X - Devo - Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!/Duty Now For The Future

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Label: Warner Bros. Records - 9 4-23944-4 F,Warner Bros. Records - 4-23944 • Series: Two On One • Format: Cassette Album, Compilation Two Albums On One Cassette • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: New Wave, Synth-pop


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6 thoughts on “ Timing X - Devo - Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!/Duty Now For The Future ”

  1. Shaktijora says:
    A: We Are Devo nor their commercial breakthrough Freedom of Choice. Instead, he guides Mike, Rich, and Will through the album between those two, Duty Now for the Future, a pioneering album in the genre of synthpop, and an example of the gristly “connective tissue” that .
  2. Gardaktilar says:
    On May 6, , Devo performed the album live in its entirety for the first time as part of the Don't Look Back concert series curated by All Tomorrow's Parties. On September 16, , Warner Bros. and Devo announced a re-release of Q: Are We Not Men? and Freedom of Genre: New wave, post-punk, art rock, punk rock.
  3. Kile says:
    Nov 03,  · Q: Are We Not Men also revived the absurdist social satire of the Mothers of Invention, claiming punk rock's outsider alienation as a home for freaks and geeks. While Devo's appeal was certainly broader, their sound was tailored well enough to that sensibility that it Released on: November 03,
  4. Yotaxe says:
    "Timing X" (M. Mothersbaugh) A. Duty Now for the Future was the second album by US New Wave band Devo, released in Duty Now For The Future. I had this album on vinyl back in the late s, then recorded it on cassette so I could listen to it in my car.
  5. Mumi says:
    Jul 03,  · Devo's second record is quite a departure from the racey edgy Brian Eno punk of 'Are We Not Men'. It is much more electronic (though equally as good) and about as punk rock as the time permitted. From the opening monotone drone of 'Devo Corporate Anthem' thru to 'Red-eye express' this is a very solid and at times comical album/5().
  6. Mukus says:
    Aug 24,  · A review of Devo's second album, Duty Now For The Future, released on June 1, on Warner Bros. Records. [Review] Devo: Duty Now For The Future () Posted on by. They had years to write the material for Q: Are We Not Men? and only one measly year to concoct its followup.

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