Devo - Something For Everybody album flac
Tracklist Hide Credits
|2||What We Do
Written-By – Max Liederman
|3||Please Baby Please
Written-By – Bob Casale*
|4||Don't Shoot (I'm A Man)||3:26|
|10||Later Is Now||3:52|
|11||No Place Like Home||3:19|
- Backing Vocals – Bob Mothersbaugh, Bob Casale*
- Bass – Gerald Casale*
- Design – Donny Phillips
- Drums, Percussion – Josh Freese
- Guitar – Bob Mothersbaugh, Van Coppock (tracks: 9, 11, 12)
- Mixed By – Greg Kurstin (tracks: 1, 4), Bob Casale* (tracks: 7)
- Photography – Joshua Dalsimer
- Producer – Devo (tracks: 7), John Hill (tracks: 1, 4), John King (tracks: 8, 9)
- Producer, Mixed By – Greg Kurstin (tracks: 1 to 6, 10 to 12), Mark Nishita* (tracks: 8), Santi White (tracks: 1, 4)
- Programmed By – Bob Casale*
- Rhythm Guitar – Bob Casale*
- Synthesizer – Gerald Casale*, Mark Mothersbaugh
- Vocals – Gerald Casale*, Mark Mothersbaugh
- Written-By – Gerald V. Casale (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5, 7 to 12), Mark Mothersbaugh (tracks: 1 to 9, 11, 12)
NotesThis is an unlicensed pirate version of Warner Bros. Records release. Manufactured for sale in Russia.
The CD has no IFPI mould code.
Packaged in a Jewel Case with a clear tray. Booklet: 8 pages.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 9263-49668-1 4
- Matrix / Runout: Z89253 M1S1 1 523975-2 TEXT 01
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L909
|523975-2||Devo||Something For Everybody (CD, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||523975-2||US||2010|
|523975-2, 9362-49668-1||Devo||Something For Everybody (CD, Album, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||523975-2, 9362-49668-1||Argentina||2010|
|9362496681||Devo||Something For Everybody (CD, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||9362496681||Brazil||2010|
|9362-49668-1, 9392496681||Devo||Something For Everybody (CD, Album)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||9362-49668-1, 9392496681||Europe||2010|
|62641-103||Devo||Something For Everybody (CD, Album, Promo, Res)||Warner Bros. Records||62641-103||Unknown|
This is Devo's first album in 20 years, and the band still has the same rigid, geeky rock energy that made their first albums so unique.
Something For Everybody. Something For Everybody. by Devo - 12 Tracks - 37:50. Release date 06/15/2010.
Something for Everybody is the ninth studio album by the American new wave band Devo. It was originally released in June 2010 (being their first studio album in two decades, since 1990's Smooth Noodle Maps) on their original label Warner Bros. and was their first issued on that label since their sixth studio album Shout in 1984. The album was recorded between July 2007 and mid-2009, at Mutato Muzika, in West Hollywood, California
Something For Everybody (CD, Album). 9362-49668-1, 9392496681.
Something For Everybody probably stands closest to 1982's Oh No, It's Devo! in their oeuvre. It may have been weaker than the band's classics, but its best moments combined art with pop in a way that could sound as good in a gallery as on an episode of a sitcom. There's no similar zeitgest that Devo fits into nowadays, despite their blatant attempts to court "everybody. But in the considerable sub-strata made of people who still care about this band, Something.
Something for Everybody (Deluxe Version), 2010. Something for Everybody (Deluxe Version), 2010.
Coming in way above their previous effort, 1990’s Smooth Noodle Maps, Something for Everybody is the album Devo's fans had craved for 28 long years, or maybe 29, if you fall on the sour side of the iffy Oh, No! It's Devo.
While Devo could’ve conceivably released this album anytime in the past ten years and it would’ve sounded plenty in style, in 2010 it sounds like music to everyone’s ears. Fresh kicks things off with a tense, terse, austere atmosphere for singer Mark Mothersbaugh to sing in his apostrophe-hyped delivery where every line sounds like a command to dance. Please Baby Please is the closest the group’s ever come to a genuine love song. It’s been twenty years since the last real Devo studio album and like many bands that were once ahead of their time, Devo now sound remarkably contemporary. Techno learned plenty from these art-punks from Ohio. While Devo could’ve conceivably released this album anytime in the past ten years and it would’ve sounded plenty in style, in 2010 it sounds like music to everyone’s ears.
'Something Else For Everybody'' is a compilation of early Devo demos and focus group rejects written between 2006 to 2009. In the words of founding member Gerald Casale, ''They were relegated to Bin 86 for various inexplicable reasons. You sniffed the wheat in 2010, now lick the chaff aged to perfection. 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