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Its Not Right - Devo / The Motels - Freedom Of Choice / Motels (Cassette, Album)

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  1. With Freedom of Choice, Devo completed their transition into a full-fledged synth-pop group, producing arguably their most musically cohesive effort in the process. Synthesizers are now fully integrated into the band's sound, frequently dominating the arrangements and at least sharing equal time with the guitars.9/
  2. Jul 27,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Devo - Freedom of Choice (FULL ALBUM) (HIGHEST QUALITY VINYL RIP) YouTube Devo - Robert Hilburn interview () - Duration: morrisonAV 57, views.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Freedom Of Choice on Discogs/5(4).
  4. Track highlights are what ties this LP together beginning with Girl U Want, Whip It!, Freedom of Choice and Gates of Steel. Mothersbaugh and G.V. Casale both contribute to the songwriting, often better as a duo than a solo writer.
  5. Devo was founded by Jerry Casale and Mark Mothersbaugh, who met at Kent State tilnamistnebenonfwebnistgardturrela.coinfo's what Jerry told Songfacts about "Freedom Of Choice": "We loved that song very much when we were creating it. It was about how people were throwing away their freedom of choice into meaningless choices like between Pepsi and Coke, or pink fur shoes or blue suede shoes.
  6. Background and recording. Freedom of Choice was recorded between October and early , at the Record Plant in Hollywood, tilnamistnebenonfwebnistgardturrela.coinfo album saw the band moving in more of an overt synthpop direction, even though guitars still played a prominent role.. The album was co-produced by Robert Margouleff, notable for his synthesizer work in Tonto's Expanding Head Band and with Stevie Wonder.
  7. Of Devo's first three albums, Freedom of Choice is both the bands most successful and also the worst of the bunch. Where the debut was a ground breaking weird freak-out of an art-punk album, and the second showed a band without an identity moving in the direction of what can only be described as early synth-pop meets early new wave, Freedom of Choice presents a quirky band completely submersed.
  8. On dira ce qu'on veut de Freedom of Choice, dans le genre proto-synthpop, mais tout de même décalé du troupeau qui ne tardera plus à débouler (surtout d'Angleterre d'ailleurs), c'est une immense réussite, et le dernier grand album de Devo aussi. 1. Girl U Want 2. It's Not Right 3. Whip It 4. Snowball 5. Ton o' Luv /5().
  9. It's Not Right: A3 – Devo: Whip It: A4 – Devo: Snow Ball: A5 – Devo: Ton O' Luv: A6 – Devo: Freedom Of Choice: A7 – Devo: Gates Of Steel: A8 – Devo: Cold War: A9 – Devo: Don't You Know: A10 – Devo: That's Pep: A11 – Devo: Mr. B's Ballroom: B1 – Devo: Planet Earth: B2 – The Motels: Anticipating: B3 – The Motels: Kix: B4.

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