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Devo Two Point Zero


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March 6, 2006

This novelty finds Devo rerecording twelve of their songs with a group of fresh-faced kids handling the vocals. On bright, buzzy cuts like "Whip It" and "Jerkin Back N Forth," the dissonance between the twitchy neuroses of the original songs and these earnest interpretations is mildly funny, but more than anything, 2.0 just feels pointless.

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