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New Music: Devo Is Back!

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The new wave cult band in Devo are back with Something for Everybody, for which their fans got to choose the album’s 12 final tracks. The electro-poppers best know for the mega-hit “Whip It!” had returned with new a new single in 2007 and the promised full album has just now materialized. A slew of innovative producers worked on the album, including Teddybears, Greg Kurstin, The Dust Brothers’ John King, John Hill and Santi White (a.k.a. Santigold). “There’s this new generation of kids that have grown up with Devo or know of Devo from the past, and it’s not something bewildering,” said Mark Mothersbaugh. “Why not let them take a shot at producing Devo, possibly the way we rearranged ‘Satisfaction’ by the Rolling Stones 10 years after it had been written.”

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