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The NotwistThe Devil, You + Me

Tracklist

Good Lies5:23
Where In This World4:38
Gloomy Planets4:49
Alphabet3:02
The Devil, You + Me3:39
Gravity3:56
Sleep3:46
On Planet Off5:06
Boneless2:55
Hands On Us4:28
Gone Gone Gone2:11

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Cover of The Devil, You + Me, 2008-03-00, CDThe Devil, You + Me
CD, Album, Promo, Copy Protected
Big Store – SLANG 1050752P, City Slang – SLANG 1050752P, City Slang – CS 39
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Germany2008Germany2008
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Cover of The Devil, You + Me, 2008-05-02, VinylThe Devil, You + Me
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City Slang – SLANG 1050751, Big Store – SLANG 1050751Germany2008Germany2008
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Cover of The Devil, You + Me, 2008-05-02, CDThe Devil, You + Me
CD, Album, Enhanced, Limited Edition
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City Slang – SLANG1050758Germany2008Germany2008
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Cover of The Devil, You + Me, 2008-05-02, CDThe Devil, You + Me
CD, Album
City Slang – SLANG1050752, Big Store – SLANG1050752Germany2008Germany2008
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Cover of The Devil, You + Me, 2008-06-17, CDThe Devil, You + Me
CD, Album, Limited Edition
Hardbound Bookcover
Domino – DNO975US2008US2008
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Cover of The Devil, You + Me, 2008-05-00, CDThe Devil, You + Me
CD, Album
Spunk – URA251Australia2008Australia2008
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Cover of The Devil, You + Me, 2008-06-17, CDThe Devil, You + Me
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Domino – DNO 167 PUS2008US2008
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Cover of The Devil, You + Me, 2008, VinylThe Devil, You + Me
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Domino – DNO167US2008US2008
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Cover of Planet Off (The Devil, You + Me), 2008-02-28, CDrPlanet Off (The Devil, You + Me)
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City Slang – noneEurope2008Europe2008
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Cover of The Devil, You + Me, 2008-05-02, CDThe Devil, You + Me
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City Slang – SLANG1050752, Big Store – SLANG1050752Germany2008Germany2008
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Cover of The Devil, You + Me, 2008-06-17, CDThe Devil, You + Me
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Domino – DNO167US2008US2008
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Cover of The Devil, You + Me, 2008-06-17, FileThe Devil, You + Me
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Domino – noneUSA & Canada2008USA & Canada2008
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Cover of The Devil, You + Me, 2008-05-02, CDThe Devil, You + Me
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City Slang – SLANG1050752, Big Store – SLANG1050752Germany2008Germany2008
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Cover of The Devil, You + Me, 2008-02-28, CDrThe Devil, You + Me
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City Slang – noneEurope2008Europe2008
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Cover of The Devil, You + Me, 2013, VinylThe Devil, You + Me
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City Slang – SLANG1050751Germany2013Germany2013
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The Devil, You + Me
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P-Vine Records – PCD-20392Japan2018Japan2018
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Reviews

schelfnk's avatar
schelfnk
Edited one year ago
My version comes without poster and without download card. Odered directly from City Slang. Also no front sticker. Same or diffenrent press?
dwars's avatar
dwars
To be honest, after Neon Golden this was quite a bummer. Following up such a modern classic album is always difficult, but it is hard to find anything on this album that got me exited or making me want to put it on again.
scoundrel's avatar
scoundrel
The electric strumming and gentle electronic throbs of "Good Lies" is a quiet conjuring for the Notwist's THE DEVIL, YOU + ME, but it's the strings at the start of "Where is This World" that suggest something demonic emerging, even if the pentagram and black candles quickly fade as the song's more gentle nature reveals itself and stretches into "Gloomy Planets." The title track takes a more acoustic tack with its guitars, until "Gravity" add a little twitchiness to its repertoire. The album as a whole is sedate, especially with the lullaby-like tones of "Sleep," but it adds a few industrial clangs to the moodier "On Planet Off." "Boneless" steps up the tempo some, while "Hands On Us" has some hints of the blues in its piano backing, while the piano accompanies a simple guitar on the closer, "Gone Gone Gone." A quiet album with moments of beauty.