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Devo - Shout mp3 album

  • Performer: Devo
  • Title: Shout
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: UK & Ireland
  • Formats: VOX MP3 AAC MPC MMF MOD VOC
  • Released: 1985
  • Style: Electro, Synth-pop
  • MP3 album: 1443 mb
  • FLAC album: 1586 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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Devo - Shout mp3 album

Shout is the sixth studio album by American new wave band Devo. It was originally released in October 1984, on the labels Warner Bros. and Virgin, two years after their previous album, Oh, No! It's Devo. The album was recorded over a period of ten months between July 1983 and Feb 1984, in sessions that took place at the Record Plant in Los Angeles, California.

Devo's first turn for the worst (Oh No, It's Devo! was more like a crossing point) We are introduced to a nearly all synth Devo: drum synths, synth horns and almost no guitars. For Devo's earlier fans it turned to be a big disappointment. However there are songs on this album that are worth listening too. 1. Shout: Actually a great song too bad it's on an album like this. 2. The Satisfied Mind: Pretty good follow up to the title track. 3. Don't Rescue Me: Great song great synth line.

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Shout was Devo's sixth studio album, and the last they would record before a five-year layoff, and while it's pure speculation if the making of this disc had anything to do with that decision, from a creative standpoint this represents the low point of the group's first era. While the herky-jerky push-and-pull between homemade electronics and cheap guitars was a large part of what made Devo's first few albums so exciting, Shout is so slick and glossy one could fry an egg on its surfaces, and that isn't a good thing - with the exception of "Puppet Boy" and &. .

The Satisfied Mind, 03:07. Don't Rescue Me, 03:07. The 4th Dimension, 04:24. Jurisdiction of Love, 03:00. Please Please, 03:04.

It was originally released in October 1984, on the labels Warner Bros. The album was recorded over a period of ten months between July 1983 and April 1984, in sessions that took place at the Record Plant in Los Angeles, California. Shout (Devo album) history. Shout (Devo album) encyclopedia. Shout (Devo album) facts.

Album · 1984 · 10 Songs. See All. Something for Everybody. Something for Everybody (Deluxe Version). Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo, Devo Live.

Download Devo - Shout. Devo - R U Experienced 03:08. Devo - Please Please 03:04. Devo - Whip It Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo, Devo Live, 1993 02:48. Devo - Through Being Cool Hot Potatoes: The Best Of Devo, 1993 03:12.

Many Devo fans cite this album as the beginning of their downfall. There was a time when I agreed with that assessment, but I've recently been listening to it again, and I find that most of these songs are very good. Devo's "Shout" will not appeal to anyone who only liked their first album. If you found "Freedom of Choice" or (especially) "New Traditionalists" too synth-y, you'll have nightmares after listening to this one.

Tracklist

A Shout
B C'mon

Credits

  • Producer – Devo
  • Written-By – Gerald V. Casale, Mark Mothersbaugh

Notes

This was also released with a bonus single- Jocko Homo/Mongoloid.
From the album: "Shout" - 925097-1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
W9119F (929119-7), SAM 235 Devo Shout ‎(2x7", Ltd) Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records W9119F (929119-7), SAM 235 UK & Ireland 1985




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