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Customer Reviews

In context...

To put this album in context, go listen to the top 100 songs of 1978 (hint - Andy Gibb, the Bee Gees and Debby Boone dominated) and then maybe you'll be ready for THIS cathartic brain-cleanser of an album.

Spud boys rule!

It's hard to explain how radical and offensive this LP was at the time—especially the now-classic, demented Stones cover. Not a bad song in the bunch, but "Mongoloid" may be the best.


haha! seanfrombos you are one weakling ;p


Formed: 1972 in Akron, OH

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of new wave's most innovative and (for a time) successful bands, Devo was also perhaps one of its most misunderstood. Formed in Akron, Ohio, in 1972 by Kent State art students Jerry Casale and Mark Mothersbaugh, Devo took its name from their concept of "de-evolution" -- the idea that instead of evolving, mankind has actually regressed, as evidenced by the dysfunction and herd mentality of American society. Their music echoed this view of society as rigid, repressive, and mechanical, with appropriate...
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