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Devo

Freedom Of Chioce (Manufactured on Demand)

Warner Bros / Wea 3435.2

Released on October 25, 1990


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Freedom of Choice is the third album by new wave musicians Devo, released in 1980 on LP. The album was co-produced by Robert Margouleff, famous for his synthesizer work in Tonto's Expanding Head Band and with Stevie Wonder. It contains Devo's most well-known song, "Whip It." [Note: This product is an authorized, licensed CD and is manufactured on demand]

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Girl U Want Voted #3  19%
2 It's Not Right  0%
3 Whip It  12%
4 Snowball  7%
5 Ton O' Luv  0%
6 Freedom Of Choice Voted #1  21%
7 Gates Of Steel Voted #2  21%
8 Cold War  0%
9 Don't You Know  2%
10 That's Pep  7%
11 Mr. B's Ballroom  0%
12 Planet Earth  10%
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Chris from Boaz, AL 
Mar 30 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Some of my favorite Devo songs come from this album, such as Freedom of Choice and Planet Earth. However, it also has a lot of generic synth-fodder within as well. I'm puzzled that Whip It gained as much publicity as it did, while tracks like Freedom of Choice lay dorment.

I'd reccomend it, but my good opinion of this album is hinged mostly on the handful of tracks that I really enjoy.





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