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Founded in 1981 by Tom Ferris and Cal Stephenson, Moev is an electronic music group that recorded on Atlantic Records, Nettwerk Records, Go! Records and Cop International. Based in Vancouver, British Columbia their most successful album was Yeah Whatever in 1989, which combined dark, solemn, anthemic lyrics with disjointed beats, trickling electronics, and occasional spoken-word samples. Singles from the album include "Yeah Whatever", "Wanting", and "Crucify Me", the only lyrics to which are "Why would you / Crucify me?" (Other than alienated spoken-word samples "Properly sedated", "Take four red capsules, help is on the way" and "For the masses", which are all taken from George Lucas' 1971 film THX 1138.) "Crucify Me" went as high as number 4 in Rolling Stone Magazine Top Dance Tracks.
Over the band's lifetime, members included founding members Tom Ferris & Cal Stephenson, Kelly Cook, Dean Russell, Mark Jowett, Anthony Valcic, Madelaine Morris, Michella Arichiello, Julie Ferris and Drew Maxwell. In conjunction with Terry McBride, Jowett formed the record label Nettwerk to release the band's albums.
Dean Russell died in 1994. The group effectively disbanded. 
In January 2007 the latest incarnation of Moev, Tom and Julie Ferris, released the single "A Thousand Lashes" from a forthcoming album "Ventilation", which was released January 19, 2010 as a download only album.
- Zimmerkampf (1982) GO! Records
- Dusk and Desire (1986) Nettwerk Records/Profile
- The Early Years (1987) CD Presents, LTD.
- Yeah, Whatever (1988) Atlantic Records/Nettwerk
- Head Down (1990) Atlantic Records/Nettwerk
- Obituary Column (compilation album) (1991) Nettwerk Records
- Suffer EP (1999) COP International
- Ventilation (2010) Carved Out Publishing
- One Minute World (2013) Carved Out Publishing
- "Cracked Mirror" (1981)
- "Rotting Geraniums" (1982)
- "In Your Head" (1982)
- "Toulyev" (1984)
- "Alibis" (1984)
- "Took Out The Lace" (1986)
- "Wanting" (1987)
- "Capital Heaven" (1988)
- "Yeah, Whatever" (1988)
- "Crucify Me" (1989)
- "Head Down" (1990)
- "In and Out" (1990)
- "Suffer" (1999)
- "Locked In A Box" (Digital Single) (2011)
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