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Devil's Music

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IF YOU SEE A TEDDYBEAR - IT'S NOT A TEDDYBEAR.

WHO ARE THEY? WHAT ARE THEY? AND WHY?

Was it the real Teddybears inside the gigantic bear-masks behind Robyn when she performed on David Letterman? Persistent rumors speculate that it was in fact three completely different people, one of which is a very well-known Hollywood actor. But then again, rumors also state that Nikki Sixx is not really the actual Nikki Sixx...

Some things we know for sure, though:

1. Teddybears are releasing their new album Devil's Music on July 5, 2011.

2. The record includes collaborations with Wayne Coyne (of The Flaming Lips), Cee-Lo Green, The B-52's, B.o.B, Robyn and Eve among others.

Devil's Music is homage to the music Teddybears love by artists like Kraftwerk, The Ramones, and Public Enemy - not decidedly one genre, but many. While some songs on the album speak to one's pop sensibilities, as on "Cardiac Arrest" featuring Robyn, the album walks a fine line that few dare. Here we see Teddybears pulling from genres as diverse as kraut rock on "Get Fresh With You," reggae on the B-52s and Cee Lo-assisted "Cho Cha" and politically charged psychedelic dance-rock with Wayne Coyne (of The Flaming Lips) on "Crystal Meth Christians."

As a whole, Devil's Music strives to skew the perception of "pop" by redefining its boundaries to incorporate thought, fun, innocence, sex and ultimately dance. Teddybears will be a force of nature in 2011, whoever they are...


Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 5, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: BIG BEAT / WEA
  • ASIN: B004YKB4Y8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #115,112 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on December 13, 2010
Format: Audio CD
These guys are just one of those gems you manage to come across, despite the fact that none of your friends have heard of them. I find every song on the album on the song to be very listenable to and there are at least 6 songs that I really like, as opposed to so many other albums that may make only 3-4 songs I really like.

The music is just really refined, funky, kind of humorous, and there's a good amount of diversity as far as style goes and mixing up the beat and what not. And the vocals from the various artists they got to feature on their album are just great. My favorite songs are "Cardiac Arrest", an awesome cute little up beat song to listen to with a girl talking about her friend taking too many barbiturates and having a cardiac arrest or something, "Cho Cha" is also a really cool pretty upbeat song with cee-low doing the vocals. Then you have "Rocket Scientist", an awesome song to just bump your head to. "Chrystal Meth Christian" kind of reminds me of like an arcade fire song or something? I don't know but its got this like zoning out type feel to it. Two other songs I really like are "Tek it Down" & "Get Mama a House"

Overall, I'd say pretty much anyone can find enjoyment in listening to this album. It's without a doubt better than their last one, this one's much more unique, less commercial, and just better. I'm glad I found out about these guys, despite their current relative obscurity in the States, I think they'll catch on real quick and you'll hear them played on radio station real soon.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Anthony M on July 23, 2011
Format: Audio CD
If you liked Soft Machine and you've wondered whether the Teddybears could put out another LP's worth of tunes - then ponder no more, click add to cart. If you're new to the Teddybears, read on.

Originally Teddybears STHLM (a grindcore/punk band), Teddybears' first album (and American release) "Soft Machine" was a reworked compilation of their 3rd and 4th albums with their "new" sound. I too wondered if they could do it again as Soft Machine was a bit of a cheat. Have no fear! It took almost 5 years but it was worth it.

The bigger than life sound is back. Reverberating keyboards that sound like they could take down the power grid. Drumming to demolish buildings by. Searing, crunchy guitars. And all rolled up in a danceable, joyous, twisted combination of Krautrock, Proto-punk, techno, hip-hop and Dancehall with a pinch of Raggae/Ska and just good old fashioned Rock and Roll.

Sounds simply awful, doesn't it?

If it wasn't so bodacious, so terminally happy, so utterly stupid and they weren't just having so much fun doing it - it very well could stink. But these guys pull it off 90% of the time. What improves this bizarre mishmash of catchy hooks and infectious beats is an incredibly diverse celebrity cast on nearly every song. But, how can you have such a fizzy musical cocktail and not keep switching vocalists? From odes about purchasing real estate, love songs to felines or a number about the evils of rock and roll (to a Bo Diddley beat) these guys will have your your "Musical Jones" covered.

Okay, as I mentioned it doesn't work 100% of the time, but for the most part this album is a juggernaut that doesn't let up for a moment, and even the iffy parts (if there are any) are quickly forgotten as the next song kicks into gear.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Stella Carrier on August 13, 2012
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"Devil's Music" by the Teddy Bears continues their creative saga with strong music collaborations. "Get Mama A House" (featuring B.O.B),"Get Fresh With You" (featuring Laza Morgan) and "Cho Cha" (featuring Ceelo Green and the B52's) are among some of the catchy tunes included on the cd. "Devil's Music" is best for those who like musical blends of electronica, pop, dubstep, and dance music.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jamesdooo on September 2, 2011
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I really enjoyed their first album. turned friends on to them, so I was really looking forward to this release. I really enjoyed it great album some very cool beats.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mathew B. Crawford on August 24, 2011
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I like the last album a little better, but this album grew on me quickly. Just a lot of fun songs that make me feel like dancing -- and I don't feel like that from much modern music. This hybrid of alternative, hip-hop, and electronic music just plain works.
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This album is a large step down from Soft Music. That album has song after song worthy of radio play. Devils Music just doesn't seem to capture the same magic.
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