Good album or not, it's just so amazing to finally have a new Devo album after all these long years. Thankfully, it is indeed a good album. It's not their best work ever, but it's certainly better than Total Devo and Smooth Noodle Maps... and that's all I dared to wish for. It somehow sounds like classic Devo without actually sounding like any of their previous material.
They still got it!
I was not a devo fan in the '80's, I am a fan of Neil Young, and listened to this because Devo influenced some early '80's Neil recordings.
These guys are talented musicians.
This is Devo's first album since I was six years old. To put that in perspective: I graduated from college four years ago. It was worth the wait.
I've been a Devo fan for quite a while, and while they'll probably never beat their incredible debut, "Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo," this is their best album since.
The creation of the album is possibly as interesting as the album itself: everything from the tracklist to the color of Devo's trademark "energy domes" was focus grouped by a marketing company. The result is, naturally, "Something for Everybody."
Incredibly catchy songs, great beats, classic Devo lyrics... what more could you want?
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