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Art Devo (Box) (Wsv) (Spec) (Uk)
Artist: Devo
Format: Vinyl


Rel. Date: 09/22/2023
UPC: 5053760105381

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1. * Exhibit [A] 1973-1976
2. Boojis Industrial Death
3. Total Love
4. Auto Modown (Early Version)
5. Space Girl Blues (Early Version)
6. Live Forever
7. Androgyny (Live at Kent Kove 74)+
8. Fraulein (Kent Kove 1974)
9. * Exhibit [B] 1973-1975
10. Bicentennial Birthday
11. Man from the Past
12. Midget / My Lai Mama (Kent Kove 74)
13. Shimmy Shake
14. All of Us
15. Hubert House
16. The Tinkle Tune
17. * Exhibit [C] 1973-1975
18. Private Secretary (Kent Kove 74)+
19. I Don't Know Why
20. Dixie
21. Pigs Waddle (Kent Kove 74)+
22. Death of LT. Casanova (Kent Kove 74)
23. * Exhibit [D] 1975-1977
24. U Got Me Bugged (Instrumental Version)
25. I Don't Know What I Do Do
26. Huboon Stomp
27. Can U Take It (Early Version)
28. Uncontrollable Urge (Early Version)
29. Everything's Gonna Be Alright
30. Falling in Love Again
31. * Exhibit [E] 1975-1977
32. Devo Corporate Anthem (Early Version)
33. Shrivel Up (Early Version)
34. Smart Patrol (Early Version)
35. I'm Lost at Home
36. Untitled
37. Never Go Back
38. Secret Agent Man (Mark Vocal)
39. * Exhibit [F] 1975-1977
40. Social Fools (Early Version)
41. A Plan for U (Early Version)
42. Nutty Buddy (Live at JB's 76)
43. Dogs of Democracy
44. Race of Doom (Early Version)
45. Space Junk (Early Version)
46. Primal Satisfaction*
47. End Message
48. * Exhibit [G] 1975
49. Untitled Montage (Harlan Hall)
50. Untitled Montage (Harlan Hall)
51. * Exhibit [H] 1975-1977
52. Untitled Montage (Harlan Hall)
53. Untitled Montage (Greenwood)

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The box set showcases the mesmerizing evolution of a band on the brink of discovery, mining irony, wit and dark humour from the madness of a distorted modern world still coming to terms with aftermath of a collapsed economy and the Vietnam war. From 1973-1977 Devo would transform from an art project, pop art in the literal sense, into the group David Bowie would declare 'the band of the future'. Here you will find the audio mutations of a band at the edge of greatness, initial concepts that gave birth to a new aesthetic that continually challenged preconceptions about music, art, performance, culture, composition and consumption.

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