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Jim Goodwin, producer of the now-timeless classic, "The Fury of The Aquabats" came to us and told us he was doing a tribute to Devo compilation called, "We Are Not Devo" (as if the world needed another "Tribute To" record or compilation album.) Mark Mothersbaugh apparently hated the chosen title of the record. He preferred "Stick a Fork In It." Anyway, we were a little confused because we felt that by already being compared to Devo so often, an appearance on such a compilation might seem like another lame attempt by a bunch of posers (see the Clash tribute album). It finally came down to the fact that, whatever, we like Devo, let's do it. We couldn't decide what song to do, because of obvious reasons, we like them all. Plus, Don Knotts Overdrive already took "Snowball" (which by the way, is the best song on the comp). We decided on "Love Without Anger", because we liked the video (i.e. The Magic Chicken). We went for the Tex-Mex Mariachi stylee, because we were into that style of music at the time (See, K-Buena). Anyway, here it is. Pick up the compilation and buy Devo records. They're good.


Love without anger
He picked up the phone and took the call
A long distance voice just started to bawl
I dont care if you feel small
Love without anger isnt love at all
Why cant you have your cake and eat it too
Why believe in things that make it tough on you
Why scream and cry when you know its through
Why fall in love when theres better things to do
Barbie and ken in a great big fight
Seems ken forgot to make it home one night
You know what you are seeing simply cant be right
Looks like loves bark is worse than its bite
He was young and in love
So he just couldnt see
And it compelled him to ask
Are you kidding me?
You must be kidding me!
Love without teardrops isnt the same
He asked to be counted out of her game
She thought it him who was so insane
Love is what it does by any other name


This song was originally preformed by DEVO.
The Aquabats covered it for the DEVO tribute album "We Are Not DEVO".
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