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Aka Jihad Jerry & The Evildoers

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Rel. Date: 07/09/2021
UPC: 848064012511

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DISC: 1

1. The Time Is Now
2. Army Girls Gone Wild
3. Danger
4. Beehive
5. I Been Refused
6. The Owl
7. What's In A Name?
8. If The Shoe Fits
9. All She Wrote
10. Find Out
11. He's Always There
12. I Need A Chick
13. Pieces Of Joe [unreleased demo]
14. Huboon Stomp [previously unreleased]
15. I'm Gonna Pay U Back
16. I'm Gonna Pay U Back [instrumental]
17. The Manifesto [previously unreleased]

More Info:

AKA JIHAD JERRY & THE EVILDOERS - Devo's Gerald V. Casale - In 2005, Devo's Gerald V. Casale released the notorious Jihad Jerry & The Evildoers album as a limited edition CD from Cordless Recordings. With contributions from all of his DEVO bandmates, Josh Freese, Bob Casale (d.2014), Bob Mothersbaugh, and Mark Mothersbaugh, it's considered to be the "lost" DEVO album, and a holy grail for collectors. Now, Real Gone Music presents a new deluxe expanded CD featuring new artwork by acclaimed woodcut artist Tomo77, and no less than 5 bonus tracks. Includes the previously unreleased 'Huboon Stomp,' and 'Pieces Of Joe,' plus the BRAND NEW SINGLE, "I'm Gonna Pay U Back" (also here in an instrumental version) which features members of DEVO joining forces for the first time ever with Oingo Boingo's lead guitarist Steve Bartek. (Plus there's even a spoken-word 'benediction' to end the album.) It's been over 10 years since DEVO's 2010 album, Something for Everybody'this one will slake the thirst of the band's devotees.