Artist: DEVO

Date Released: 2000

Label: Rhino

Produced By: Various


Disc 1:

  1. We're All DEVO - Booji Boy & General Boy
  2. Jocko Homo (Booji Boy version)
  3. Mongoloid (Booji Boy version)
  4. Be Stiff (Stiff version)
  5. Uncontrollable Urge
  6. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
  7. Too Much Paranoias
  8. Come Back Jonee
  9. Triumph Of The Will
  10. Smart Patrol/Mr. DNA
  11. Secret Agent Man
  12. The Day My Baby Gave Me A Surprize
  13. Soo Bawlz
  14. It Takes A Worried Man
  15. Girl U Want
  16. Freedom Of Choice
  17. Gates Of Steel
  18. Whip It
  19. Snowball (single remix)
  20. Mr. B's Ballroom
  21. Working In The Coalmine
  22. Love Without Anger
  23. Through Being Cool
  24. Jerkin' Back 'N' Forth
  25. Beautiful World
  26. Nu-Tra Speaks (New Traditionalist Man)

Disc 2:

  1. General Boy Visits Apocalypse Now
  2. Peek-A-Boo!
  3. That's Good
  4. Big Mess
  5. One Dumb Thing
  6. Theme From Doctor Detroit (Dance Mix)
  7. Shout
  8. Here To Go (Go Mix Version)
  9. Are You Experienced?
  10. I Wouldn't Do That To You
  11. Bread And Butter
  12. Let's Talk
  13. Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka-Dot Bikini
  14. Baby Doll (Devo Single Mix)
  15. Disco Dancer (7-inch version)
  16. Some Things Never Change
  17. It Doesn't Matter To Me
  18. Stuck In A Loop
  19. Post Post-Modern Man
  20. Head Like A Hole
  21. Thanks To You
  22. Communication Break-Up
  23. Duty Now For The Future! - General Boy
  24. The Words Get Stuck In My Throat


This is actually a pretty good best-of, really. Great, great liner notes and a good selection of rarities make it interesting for hardcore fans, and the hits and popular album cuts for newbies. You could do much worse than to start with that. Sure, not every cut is a winner (the rare "Itsy Bitsy Etc" and "Bread And Butter" are rare for a reason, after all—they're AWFUL), but the stuff that is is so great—I love "One Dumb Thing", "Let's Talk", "Head Like A Hole" and "Thanks To You", which are exclusive to this compilation (or, well, as far as DEVO albums go - they're from various soundtracks in actuality). Anyway, this one's worth picking up no matter where on the DEVO fan range you are. - Rev. Syung Myung Me

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