Something ELSE for Everybody is "a compilation of early DEVO demos and focus group rejects written between 2006 and 2009 . They were relegated to bin 86 for various inexplicable reasons." 
- SEFE contains the releases Monsterman and Don’t Shoot (I’m a Man) [Polysics Remix] along with nine demos.
- 1. Monsterman (2:09) Gerald V. Casale/Mark Mothersbaugh
- 2. On the Inside (2:28) Gerald V. Casale/Mark Mothersbaugh
- 3. Should-a Said Yes (3:41) Gerald V. Casale/Mark Mothersbaugh
- 4. Think Fast (3:16) Gerald V. Casale
- 5. Raise Your Hands (2:48) Gerald V. Casale/Mark Mothersbaugh
- 6. Message of Hope (2:57) Gerald V. Casale/Josh Freese
- 7. Big Dog (3:05) Gerald V. Casale/Mark Mothersbaugh
- 8. Can U Juggle? (2:49) Gerald V. Casale/Mark Mothersbaugh
- 9. Throw Money at the Problem (3:13) Gerald V. Casale/Mark Mothersbaugh
- 10. I Luv Ur Gun (2:50) Gerald V. Casale/Josh Freese
- 11. Don’t Shoot (I’m a Man) [Polysics Remix] (3:41) Gerald V. Casale/Mark Mothersbaugh
- (Track timings from US CD release)
- Robert Casale
- Gerald V. Casale
- Robert Mothersbaugh
- Mark Mothersbaugh
- Josh Freese - drums (tracks 2, 3, 6 and 10)
- Jeff Friedl - drums (tracks 5, 8 and 9)
- All other percussion programmed by Bob2 and Jerry, except the remix by Polysics 
- Robert Casale - original recording and mixing
- Polysics - remix (track 11)
- mastered by unknown
Trivia / InfoEdit
- In 2009 Gerald V. Casale described DEVO's new music as "pikachu meets vampires." 
- Monsterman was released as a single and as a music video, in 2D and 3D formats. It is the theme song to the TV show Monster Man (2012). The making of the Monsterman video was featured in the season one finale episode "Devoman Vs. Clevezilla."
- The track 11 Polysics remix was available in 2011  as a limited time digital download in association with Macbeth's "Kent" Devo shoe promotion.
- Devo was to contribute this remix to Occupy This Album: 99 Songs for the 99 Percent, but did not.
- Jerry has writing credits on every track.
- Jerry says there are "3 or 4" unreleased demo tracks from this era. They do not have vocals. 
- Digital was album available at devohardcore.com for preorder Jun 25, 2013. Release date July 23, 2013 in formats MP3 (320 kbs) and Apple Lossless codec. It is now available through various download sites. 
- CD format was available at the "OFFICIAL DEVO Merchandise Online Store". CD release date May 20, 2014. It is now available at various record stores and online merchandisers.
- The mix of each track was mastered with little dynamic range.  Listen to it in an environment with loud background noise.
- The digital compilation has a cover image but no credits.
- ↑ Club DEVO. "DEVO: Something ELSE For Everybody " First Posted 25 June, 2013. Written by Michael/Devo-Obsesso.
- ↑ Internet Archive. CD booklet notes. image of Something ELSE for Everybody credits..
- ↑ New York Post. (2009-11-21). Proving they are still Devo by Larry Getlen.
- ↑ nintendo.com/3ds/. (2014-1-4).DEVO - Monster Man. DEVO's new video is a 3D tribute to the Japanese monster films of the 1970s. The video features DEVO as cyborgs, a rampaging Godzilla-esque beast, and a super humanoid preventing total annihilation. .
- ↑ Rolling Stone. 13 April, 2012 article. "Exclusive Stream: Devo's Theme Song for 'Monster Man'" Internet Archive.
- ↑ Polysics official site. 4 June, 2011 "News" post. "DOWNLOAD." Internet Archive.
- ↑ Discussions Magazine. 14 May, 2014 article. "Think Fast An EXCLUSIVE Q&A with DEVO's Gerald V. Casale by Stephen SPAZ Schmee." "Special thanks to Bob Ardrey."
- ↑ Dynamic Range Database. Album Details - "Something Else for Everybody" dr.loudness-war.info
- Something Else For Everybody ([CD] Release) -- Discogs
- Something Else for Everybody (release group) -- MusicBrainz
- Something Else for Everybody: Unreleased Demos and Focus Group Rejects 2006-2009 (Overview) -- AllMusic
- Something Else for Everybody -- Wikipedia