Devo - Recombo DNA

Devo - Recombo DNA

Original Release Date

2000

Release Information

US 2xCD 2000 (Rhino Handmade - RHM2 7718)

Sequence A
1 Recombo DNA (Demo) 2:06
2 The Words Get Stuck In My Throat (Live) 5:27
3 Sloppy (I Saw My Baby Gettin') (Demo) 2:17
4 Be Stiff (Alternate Mix) 2:43
5 Pink Pussycat (Demo) 4:08
6 Goo Goo Itch (Alternate Version) 2:25
7 Strange Pursuit (Demo) 2:31
8 The Day My Baby Gave Me A Surprise (Demo) 3:32
9 Bushwhacked (Prosthetic Version) 4:40
10 Gurl U Want (Demo / Alternate Version) 2:59
11 Turn Around (Demo / Alternate Version) 2:12
12 Snowball (Demo / Alternate Version) 2:49
13 Luv & Such 2:53
14 Gates Of Steel (Demo / Alternate Version) 3:28
15 Planet Earth (Demo / Alternate Version) 3:16
16 Whip It (Demo / Alternate Version) 2:38
17 Cold War (Demo / Alternate Version) 2:33
18 Time Bomb 3:13
19 That's Pep (Demo / Alternate Version) 2:31
20 Make Me Dance 2:16
21 Gotta Serve Somebody (Live) 6:30
22 I Saw Jesus 1:30
23 Psychology Of Desire (Demo) 4:23
24 Pity You (Demo) 2:54
Sequence B
1 Beautiful World (Demo) 3:41
2 Race Of Doom (Demo) 3:43
3 I Desire (Demo) 3:18
4 Big Mess (Demo) 2:48
5 The 4th Dimension (Alternate Version / Rough Mix) 4:19
6 Here To Go (Alternate Version / Rough Mix) 3:18
7 Some Things Don't Change (Rough Mix) 2:55
8 Big Adventure (Rough Mix) 2:45
9 No Noise (Rough Mix) 2:49
10 Love Is Stronger Than Dirt 2:11
11 Faster And Faster 2:49
12 Modern Life 3:04
13 The Only One (Demo) 4:06
14 Baby Doll (Demo) 3:36
15 Some Things Never Change (Demo) 5:27
16 Plain Truth (Demo) 3:59
17 Happy Guy (Demo) 3:32
18 Somewhere With Devo (Studio Version / Demo) 18:22

Chart Placings

None

Credits

Compilation Produced by Roland Worthington Hand

Reviews & Opinions

PUNKY GIBBON: A limited edition 2-CD set (5000 copies) of 42 previously unreleased tracks, dating from to 1977 to 1987. This time you get nine alternate versions of songs from their third studio LP and two that didn’t make it onto that record, Booji Boy singing Dylan’s ‘Gotta Serve Somebody’ (truly a mad moment), and Toni Basil singing ‘The Only One’. A fair amount of the tracks are songs that were never released properly at all (the title track comes from 1977), and despite having too much from their post-peak period, it’s as essential a purchase as this sort of thing could be.

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