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Pink Pussycat - Devo - Duty Now For The Future (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Enjoy millions of the latest Android apps, games, music, movies, TV, books, magazines & more. Anytime, anywhere, across your devices.5/5(5).
  2. Song Name: Pink Pussycat (DEMO) Artist: DEVO Appears On: Recombo DNA Run Time: (demo version) Year Written: x Year Recorded: x Year Released: Years Performed: See "Pink Pussycat" Writing Credits: Mark Mothersbaugh, Bob Mothersbaugh Sung By: Mark Mothersbaugh Alternate Versions: None. Demo Versions: This release is the album demo. Song Connections: See "Pink Pussycat.
  3. Duty Now for the Future is the second studio album by American rock band Devo, released in July by Warner Bros. Records. Produced by Ken Scott, the album was recorded between September and early at Chateau Recorders in Hollywood. The majority of the songs on the album had been performed in Devo's live set as early as /5(13).
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  5. Jun 29,  · Dear God: Duty Now was a blistering, brilliant record--perfectly sandwiched by the from-left-field mind***** of the debut and the pounding, brutally beautiful Freedom of Choice. Yes, Ken Scott's production was phenomenal. The whole album is a kick in the teeth, and I can't even pick a highlight.
  6. Album · · 13 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Pink Pussycat. Duty Now for the Future Devo New Wave · Preview SONG TIME Devo Corporate Anthem. 1. PREVIEW Clockout. 2. PREVIEW Timing X / Space Junk. 3.
  7. Duty Now for the Future is the second studio album by American rock band Devo, released in July by Warner Bros. papagoograchenderousmoverlechalle.coinfoed by Ken Scott, the album was recorded between September and early at Chateau Recorders in papagoograchenderousmoverlechalle.coinfo majority of the songs on the album had been performed in Devo's live set as early as
  8. My least favourite Devo song of all time is "Pink Pussycat", also from Duty Now. It's just annoying, and it's a real shame, too because, in my opinion, it's the only "bad" song on the album. level 1.

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