|Girl U Want|
|Produced by DEVO in association with Robert Margouleff|
|Released on May 1980|
|no chart information|
|Find it at GEMM|
|GWB 0400 wo. picture sleeve
[high resolution scan]
K RONOMYTH 3.01: Warner Bros. whipped this one out first in anticipation of Freedom, and all was rightly wrong with the world again. A rhythm is superceded by a counter rhythm, our emotions are revealed to be a mixture of animal and automaton, and the result is stiffly satisfying in the old familiar ways. Devo’s was always an interesting concept of freedom; by revealing us to be slaves to chemical and biological urges we couldn’t control, we were liberated from resisting them. Soundgarden has also recorded a version of “Girl U Want” that plods along pointlessly, on the somehow still magically royalty-free YouTube.
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|US||May 1980||Warner Bros.||7"||49524|
|US||1980||Warner Bros.||7PRO||WBS 49524||feat. A mono on flip|
|JPN||1980||Warner Bros.||7"||P-589W||lyric insert|
|US||Warner Bros.||7"||GWB 0400||Back To Back Hits reissue|
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