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DEVO Live 1980 is a DualDisc release (and technically, the fourth DVD release) by pioneering new wave band Devo. The release documents a performance by the influential quintet during their Freedom of Choice tour, when the band was gaining mainstream success on the strength of the Freedom of Choice album and their first major hit single "Whip It". It was shot by director/cameraman Joe Reis and his Target Video team in Petaluma, California, using three video cameras.

Live in Japan, is the second live album in the musical career of the quartet of crossover classical group Il Divo, after An Evening with Il Divo: Live in Barcelona, published in 2009. The release shows the concert in Tokyo on 11 March 2014, in the Theatre Nippon Budokan. The CD/DVD ‘Live in Japan' went on sale on 12 November 2014 in Japan and on 1 December in the rest of the world. The artist Lea Salonga, invited by Il Divo to participate in some of the songs, collaborates with the group in some duets.

HARDCORE DEVO LIVE! is an exciting concert film that captures these groundbreaking artists performing the songs that. You can watch Hardcore Devo Live streaming on Prime. Watch the film and then vote them into the RRHOF! Duty now. Hardcore Devo Live. 11 October 2018 ·. Vote for DEVO to be inducted into the RRHOF de-evolution is real. Are we regressing as a culture instead of moving forward?

Album, 1993, Virgin Records. Disc 1 - are we not men ; we are devo (1978). 10. Devo Has Feelings Too. 11. Dawghaus. 12. Post Post-Modern Man (Macro Post Modern Mix).

Perfil: New-wave group popular throughout the late 1970s and early 1980s, formed by a group of art students at Kent State University, principally Mark Mothersbaugh and Jerry Casale.

Devo followed up with their debut full-length album Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! in July 1978. The album reached in the UK and in the US. In 1980, Devo released Freedom of Choice which went Platinum in the US and Gold in Canada, making it their highest selling album. In 1996, Devo released a multimedia CD-ROM adventure game, The Adventures of the Smart Patrol, through Inscape. Members of Devo also began recording together under different aliases, including the surf rock-influenced The Wipeouters and Jihad Jerry & the Evildoers. From 1990 through 2009, no new albums under the Devo name were released.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Freedom Of Choice Theme Song
Written-By – G.V. Casale*, M. Mothersbaugh*
2 Whip It
Written-By – G.V. Casale*, M. Mothersbaugh*
3 Girl U Want
Written-By – G.V. Casale*, M. Mothersbaugh*
4 Gates Of Steel
Written-By – D. Smith.*, G.V. Casale*, M. Mothersbaugh*, S. Schmidt*
5 Be Stiff
Written-By – B. Lewis*, G.V. Casale*
6 Planet Earth
Written-By – G.V. Casale*

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA International Inc.
  • Made By – Warner-Pioneer Corporation
  • Licensed From – Warner Bros. Records (Japan) Inc.


  • Engineer [Live] – Biff Dawes
  • Liner Notes [Lyrics Transcribed By] – Linda Hennrick
  • Mastered By – Ken Perry
  • Mixed By – Devo
  • Producer – Devo
  • Producer [Live] – Robert Kaminsky


Originally released in 1980.
Recorded at the Fox Warfield San Francisco, CA 16 August 1980.
Originally recorded for the King Biscuit Flour Hour.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: JASRAC
  • Matrix / Runout: WPCP-4172 1
  • Barcode (On OBI): 4988014741729

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MINI 3548 Devo Live ‎(LP, MiniAlbum) Warner Bros. Records MINI 3548 US 1980
MM5 3548 Devo Live ‎(Cass, MiniAlbum) Warner Bros. Records MM5 3548 US 1980
LWB-6012 Devo Dev -O- Live (Dev -O- En Vivo) ‎(LP, MiniAlbum) Warner Bros. Records LWB-6012 Mexico 1980
MINI 3548 Devo Live ‎(LP, MiniAlbum) Warner Bros. Records MINI 3548 Canada 1980
M5 MINI 3548 Devo Dev-O Live ‎(Cass, MiniAlbum) Warner Bros. Records M5 MINI 3548 Australia 1981

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Also, I love how Linda Hennrick just gives up and doesn't even transcribe half of Be Stiff.
I own the 91 pressing, the 99 Rhino Handmade Remaster, the 2009 FOC Remaster with the EP tacked on, and the 2008 reissue.I found something very weird with the mastering between the 91 and 99 versions.On the 91 pressing, "Whip It" ends with crowd noise and a guitar pluck, which the guitar pluck doesn't appear on the promo LP it came from. "Planet Earth" ends with crowd noise and a second of Swelling Itching Brain, which was the next track on the promo LP.On the 99 remaster, "Whip It" has extra crowd noise, with no guitar pluck. "Planet Earth" ends with a bit more crowd noise, and no SIB. If you listen closely, you can hear a key being struck for Gates Of Steel, which is bizarre considering that GOS didn't even come after Planet Earth on the LP! It was then that I noticed that the crowd noise is the same for the crowd noise at the end of "Girl U Want". So this means Rhino took the crowd noise for GUW, then put it out the end of Planet Earth. Weird.Since the 91 pressings are flat transfers, I'm thinking that the 91 pressing is how it sounded on the EP, and that the Rhino version is somewhat edited.Can anyone with access to the 12" confirm this for me?V0 MP3 Snippets of what I'm talking about:
Devo - Live FLAC album
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