Download links and information about Devil's Music by Teddybears. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 38:52 minutes.
|Genre:||Electronica, Rock, Alternative|
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|2.||Rocket Scientist (feat. Eve)||3:05|
|3.||Get Mama a House (feat. B.o.B)||3:23|
|4.||Get Fresh With You (feat. Laza Morgan)||3:12|
|5.||Devil's Music (feat. ADL)||3:25|
|6.||Crystal Meth Christian (feat. The Flaming Lips)||3:46|
|7.||Glow In the Dark||3:34|
|8.||Cho Cha (feat. CeeLo Green & The B-52's )||3:25|
|9.||Cardiac Arrest (feat. Robyn)||2:58|
|10.||Tek It Down (feat. Rigo)||3:06|
Teddybears’ first U.S. album, 2006’s Soft Machine, found the former hardcore Swedish rockers mixing up electronica, huge dance beats, and garage-flavored punk with guests like Iggy Pop and Mad Cobra (the latter contributing to the huge hit “Cobrastyle”). It was a fun and frisky outing, and on Devil’s Music the guys continue to mash up and cross-pollinate genres with confidence and a healthy disregard for what purists might have to say about it. Brothers Joakim (of “Jerk It Out” fame with Caesars) and Klas Ahlund are at the controls here, with noted producer Klas bringing his pal and client Robyn on board for the hi-energy dance bauble “Cardiac Arrest.” Other guests include Cee Lo Green and The B-52's on the cool and slinky “Cho Cha,” a swaggering M.C. Eve on the hip-dislocating “Rocket Scientist,” and, perhaps most bizarrely, The Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne on the catchy, kaleidoscopic “Crystal Meth Christian.” Yes, it’s quite a range—but don’t let that stop you from enjoying the hands-in-the-air, wild-abandon fun that Devil’s Music serves up.