It seems like a strange idea to try to get the MySpace Records label up and running with a disc by Tokyo Devo clones Polysics. But, then, if your ho-hum label roster amounts to Kate Voegele, Mickey Avalon, Sherwood and gender-bending model Jeffree Star, a Polysics disc must've looked like a freakin' home run.
It might have worked if they'd released Polysics' new Karate House disc, but instead they went with a greatest hits set, Polysics Or Die!!! Vista, which was issued in the U.S. two years ago with the same title (without the 'Vista' bit), using a slightly different track list and sequence. It might have been more profitable to release CDs of music that people don't already own, but, then, what does Tom Anderson need with money? Who knows? Somebody might buy it for the bonus DVD of video clips.
If you can't get enough of that jerky computer-tweaked new wave foolery of Devo and the Plastics, these hyperactive droids who wear matching jumpsuits, sing in their own space language and cover the Knack and Styx could be your new MySpace friends.