Don't You Evah

Spoon

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MRG320 | Release Date April 8, 2008

"Don't You Evah" is a single from Spoon's critically acclaimed 2007 release Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga. With a new b-side, a video of "Don't You Evah" directed by Peter Simonite, and remixes of the song from Diplo, Matthew Dear, DJ Amaze, Ted Leo, and Doc Delay, this EP is a great follow-up for fans clamoring for more Spoon music.

Track/Song Title Duration Price MP3 Track
Play Don't You Evah 03:37 $0.99 Buy
Play All I Got Is Me 03:23 $0.99 Buy
Play Don't You Evah (Ted Leo's I Want It Hotter Remix) 03:58 $0.99 Buy
Play Don't You Evah (Diplo Mix) 05:11 $0.99 Buy
Play Don't You Evah (Matthew Dear Mix) 05:41 $0.99 Buy
Play Don't You Evah (Dj Amaze & Alan Astor Mix) 05:32 $0.99 Buy
Play Don't You Evah (Doc Delay Fixerupper) 03:45 $0.99 Buy
Play Don't You Ever (The Natural History Original Version) 03:40 $0.99 Buy

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