Label: Virgin - CDV 2241,Virgin - 0777 7 86997 2 9,Virgin - 263 348 • Format: CD Compilation, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic • Style: New Wave, Synth-pop, Industrial
Virgin combined two of Devo 's early-'80s albums, Oh, No! It's Devo and Freedom of Choiceon one disc. Freedom of Choicearguably Devo 's strongest musical effort, revolves around relationships, insecurity, and the lack of flexibility in the American psyche.
Their arrangements achieve an effective balance between guitars and synths, and the band's highly stylized visual component, this time featuring flowerpot-shaped "energy dome" hats, paid off in the video for "Whip It. However, by the point of 's Oh, No! It's Devomuch of the band's Vagus Nerve - Krugs Crossing quirkiness had evaporated.
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Virgin combined two of Devo's early-'80s albums, Oh, No! It's Devo and Freedom of Choice, on one disc. Freedom of Choice, arguably Devo's strongest musical effort, revolves around relationships, insecurity, and the lack of flexibility in the American psyche.5/5(1).
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General CommentWith "Come Back Jonee" as a total subversion of classic rocker "Johnny B. Goode", this song establishes that the demolition of classic rock tunes is a Devo M/O. Here we get a namedrop of "Twist and Shout". It is only a namedrop this time however. Thematically, "Gates of Steel" is a different beast, though that namedrop has a purpose.5/5(2).
Mar 01, · Digitally re-mastered two-fer from the Akron-bred New Wavers featuring a pair of their albums on one disc: Freedom of Choice () and Oh No! It's Devo (). Freedom of Choice was the band's third album and provided their commercial breakthrough with hits like 'Whip It', 'Girl U Want' and the title track/5(18).
Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Devo - Oh No It's Devo / Freedom Of Choice at Discogs. Complete your Devo collection/5(98).
May 05, · Oh No It's Devo, their 5th studio bit, inhabits the first half of the CD. I never owned this album before finding this compilation, nor would i now if not for finding this. I never owned this album before finding this compilation, nor would i now if not for finding this/5(4).
However, by the point of 's Oh, No! It's Devo, much of the band's endearing quirkiness had evaporated. Their sound here was not all that distinguishable from other new wave groups, and apart from a few songs, such as "That's Good" and "Peek-a-Boo," they simply weren't as musically or lyrically interesting as before.8/