The Super Thing - Devo - New Traditionalists (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Song Name: Nu-Tra Speaks (New Traditionalist Man) Artist: Devo Album: "Beautiful World b/w Nu-Tra Speaks (New Traditionalist Man)" (picture disc single), New Traditionalists (reissue bonus track), Pioneers Who Got Scalped - The Anthology Year Released: Run Time: Writing Credits: Gerald Casale Spoken By: Gerald Casale as NuTra Trivia / Info: Nu-Tra here means "The New Traditionalist.
  2. Devo had already been around for five or six years when this album originally released. Though taken up very strong by the likes of Doctor Demento and early MTV as something of a novelty act the Mothersbaugh's and the Casale's realized that the following they'd developed upon getting their first huge hit with "Whip It" from the year before were missing one crucial thing: Devo were a band on a /5(4).
  3. "New Traditionalists" poster 7 inch single. ©&℗ All songs recorded at the the Power Station in N.Y.C. A5, B3, B5 Mixed at the Power Station. A1 to A4, B1, B2, B4 Mixed at the Record Plant in Los Angeles Mastered, Warner Bros. Recording Studios. New Traditionalist hairdos by Brent Scrivner. New Traditionalist Astronaut courtesy of John.
  4. The Super Thing Lyrics: Today / What does it take / To do the super thing (super thing) / I'll tell you / What it takes / A very simple thing (simple thing) / Iron nerves / Like the pilot of a.
  5. Jul 05,  · #Devo #BeautifulWorld #NewTraditionalists Devo is a 5 member new wave group that formed in Akron Ohio in "New Traditionalists" was released on August 26, on Warner Brothers Records.
  6. New Traditionalists is the fourth studio album by the American new wave band Devo. It was originally released in August , on the labels Warner Bros. and Virgin. The album was recorded over a period of four months between December and April , at The Power Station, in Manhattan, New 5/5(14).
  7. 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(64).

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