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Through Being Cool - Devo - New Traditionalists (CD, Album)

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  • <cite class="fn">Takree </cite>
    Maybe try ordering the album like this and let me know if it works better. I would also try to throw in Modern Life somewhere probably after Going Under because it sounds like it belongs to this album. Tracklist would be like this: Through Being Cool. Jerkin N Forth. Race of Doom. Enough Said. Soft Things. Love Without Anger. Going Under. Pity.
  • <cite class="fn">Tojara </cite>
    New Traditionalists Devo. Released August 26, New Traditionalists Tracklist. 1. Through Being Cool Lyrics. 2. Jerkin' Back 'n' Forth Lyrics. 3. Pity You More Devo albums.
  • <cite class="fn">Akinozahn </cite>
    With the success of "Whip It" and its associated album Freedom of Choice, Devo had attracted a new, more pop-oriented audience that was less interested in Devo's artistic theories and intelligent lyrics. In response, New Traditionalists was intended to be a much darker, deeper and serious album. The lead-in track, "Through Being Cool," was a direct attack on new fans who didn't understand Devo's .
  • <cite class="fn">Kigarn </cite>
    A review of Devo's fourth album, New Traditionalists, released in August on Warner Bros. records. Features "Beautiful World," "Through Being Cool.".
  • <cite class="fn">Kazilrajas </cite>
    Devo put the oblique humor aside for this album, choosing instead a more direct attack on their social and cultural targets. The result?-the second-biggest hit of their career (a #23 LP) and a big bunch of indelible Devo songs: Through Being Cool; Beautiful World; Jerkin' Back 'n' Forth, and more tunes that straddle the line between punk and new wave/5(62).
  • <cite class="fn">Kajikasa </cite>
    Aug 01,  · Devo: New Traditionalists ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Warner Bros. Records: Australia: Unknown: Still has the annoying clicking in "Through Being Cool" that was fixed on the IZ remaster. Reply Notify me Helpful [r] Release. Edit /5(7).
  • <cite class="fn">Goltibei </cite>
    May 04,  · Devo put the oblique humor aside for this album, choosing instead a more direct attack on their social and cultural targets. The result?-the second-biggest hit of their career (a #23 LP) and a big bunch of indelible Devo songs: Through Being Cool; Beautiful World; Jerkin' Back 'n' Forth, and more tunes that straddle the line between punk and new wave.
  • <cite class="fn">Arashirn </cite>
    New Traditionalists suffers from a bad reputation of "Oh, this is where Devo sold out." Au contraire! Yes, they drop much of the sarcasm and just come right out and say what they mean ("Through Bein' Cool"), but musically, this is the equal of Freedom of Choice/5(62).

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