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Money Money 2020

Adeline 29

Released on September 30, 2003

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Debut full length from this mysterious new group. An electronic, post-punk experience with strong robotic and mechanical overtones that gives nods to Adam & the Ants, Devo, Public Image Ltd and Peter Murphy. The DVD portion includes 6 videos!

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 26 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Joe Robot  6%
2 Transistors Gone Wild  5%
3 Reto  4%
4 Supermodel Robots Voted #1  22%
5 Money Money 2020  8%
6 Spike Voted #3  14%
7 Love And Money  2%
8 Right Hand-A-Rama  13%
9 Roshambo Voted #2  14%
10 Hungry Hungry  7%
11 Spastic Society  2%
12 X-Ray Hamburger  3%
Come back on or after Tuesday, September 30 to vote for your favorite songs

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Eric from Longview, WA 
Mar 3 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Members of Devo with Green Day? Sure sounds like it. If you are a fan of either of these bands you need to pick this up. The songs are totally Devo mixed with a little pop-punk. Great fun!

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Rachel from Olympia, WA 
Nov 23 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this CD is amazing. i should have bought it sooner.

do yourself a favour and invest in the Network. its catchy as fuck.

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Rupert from Neptune, NJ 
Apr 20 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I think this cd is super cool. who wouldnt wanna just rock out devo style with wrestling masks on? i sure the hell would. if you buy this ...just buy it for fun. cuz thats all it is. just plain fun. its NOT green day so get that out of your head or you wont even give it a fair chance.

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Jacob from Colleyville, TX 
Feb 24 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Network's new cd (Money Money 2020) is so Awesome. I recommend this album to anyone who likes Billie Joe Armstrong and Mike Dirnt of Green Day. If you don't have it yet you need get your ass up and go out buy it.

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Dolores from East Moline, IL 
Jan 15 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

it's actually Cayte but whatever....

this CD kicks ASS. i love it so much. we all know it's Green Day but who cares? really? it's quality music. it's kinda hard to describe besides what everyone else is saying: Devo meets Green Day. hoorah! BUY IT!

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Andrew from Mentor, OH 
Dec 18 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This CD is good in its own weird way. It kind of sounds like Green Day here and there, but definitely is not a Green Day CD at all. So don't be confused you assholes who listen to Good Shitlotte and Simple Crap and call it punk! It is very 80s, which is cool too. The DVD is cool too. Just a band playing music, no fancy FX or anything else in the videos (unless you're on LSD). Just music! 'Spike' and 'Right Hand-A-Rama' are my favorites. Just great tunes. All the other songs are okay, but nothing to write home about. So I recommend picking this up for the sheer enjoyment of knowing it is Green Day doing great and original 80s music. Boo Yeah!

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Jacob from Lund, Sweden 
Nov 28 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is innovative, exciting and talking music for your soul and mind. Very intelligent! Who knows? is it Green Day? hmm....however this is very exciting and positive hard Rock/Synth music. Robo-mania!!!!!

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Lance from Honolulu, HI 
Nov 17 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The network....pretty fricken cool. New-wave meets pop punk craziness. Definetley not green day, but they are the network so....of course they are different. The network are playing good for the type of music they play. Which i like. SOmetimes it is fun to listen to fun music. No Shi@t. Well if you don't like the cd the dvd is awesome. Tit's, snoo vision, lego looking bastards and more what else do you need! get on it sucka's.

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Mark from London, United Kingdom 
Nov 12 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Hmmmm well, even though this is Green Day, who I love, I approached this with an open mind. It's NOT a Green Day cd it's The Network. Ok? Good. Right, now onto the songs. I listened to it on the way to work this morning so I had a chance to listen to it 3 times in a row and..........well, it's ok. There are some great songs on here, like 'right hand-a-rama' which could be on any GD cd but the rest of it sounds so 80s, I know that's the point but being old enough to remember the 80s and the music I can't really understand why anyone would WANT to sound like that. There were only two good things to come from the 80s; 1.The A team, 2.The 90s. So, like me buy it you're a Green Day fan but don't kid yourself that it's great. It's not. It's ok. I gave it 3 because it's not great but it's not bad either.

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Xiovani from Port Saint Lucie, FL 
Nov 10 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

First and foremost, it is important to note that this record, just like any other record, should be approached with an open mind. The Network's debut effort is like nothing I've ever put in my stereo, but I'm glad it's there now. Those of you expecting a carbon copy of Green Day are in for quite the surprise, as The Network's sound leans more towards Devo and The Strokes. "Money Money 2020", "Hungry Hungry", and "Joe Robot" are some of the more appealing songs on the album. Also check out "Reto". The riff in that song is so damn catchy. A great record, but hopefully Green Day's next LP will sound a little different.

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