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Smooth Noodle Maps

Devo’s 8th album, Smooth Noodle Maps, was originally released in 1990. It received a lukewarm reception from critics and fans initially, but time has been kind and it is now a fan favourite. It includes a version of Bonnie Dobson’s Morning Dew, which was also famously covered by The Grateful Dead. Devo were never a band to do things in a normal way, and that has continued into their reissue program. It is being released on three different coloured vinyl versions and CD.

Electronic Sound
Issue 44 & Vinyl Bundle

Electronic Sound magazine, in this issue, go deep on the music of New York circa 1978, with all those good-ass artists you see mentioned on the cover. Particular attention is given to Devo, who are also represented on an exclusive 7” of two live tracks from a ferocious 1978 UK gig. Plus other good features on good music.

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Total Devo

Total Devo was originally released in 1988 and universally panned by critics. Devo were playing a joke, however, but their mocking of the state of pop music only backfired. As time has passed, it has become a more common belief that Total Devo was just completely misunderstood. Time for reappraisal, then, This is a super-limited multi format release for the album's 30th anniversary offering three colours of vinyl LP (when they’re gone, they’re gone) with poster, postcards and liner notes and a double CD with poster and liner notes on Futurismo.

Martini Ranch
Holy Cow

Here’s one that might be news to you. As a tribute to the passing of Bill Paxton Futurismo have unearthed his avant-synth-pop project Martini Ranch, from 1986-1988 he worked with Andrew Todd, and also featured members of The B52’s and Devo. The reissue comes with a DVD featuring two music videos directed by James Cameron and Rocky Schenck.

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Recombo DNA

Calling all Devo fans - this could be your holy grail. 4LP box sets of demos, rare tracks, outtakes, alternate versions and live performances taking in the years 1977 to 2008! Plus you get a mini CD of the unreleased ’The Somewhere Suite’ and the vinyl comes on array of totally berserk colours.  

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EZ Listening Muzak

Futurismo repress this compilation of muzak covers Devo recorded of their own songs and sold via their fan club. This bizarre material pushes the witty, eccentric and utterly unique Devo sound in an even more extreme direction. EZ Listening Muzak comes with a wealth of wacky Devo merchandise and although it is available as a CD boxset, the vinyl LP set comes in antique walnut or lava lamp colour!

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Orpheum Theater 17th July 1980

Orpheum Theatre 17th July 1980 captures art-punk weirdos Devo in fine form. The gig served as a homecoming show after touring Japan, Europe and the UK in support of their third album, Freedom of Choice. The furious energy created by the band was matched only by the sheer enthusiasm of their audience.
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Miracle Witness Hour (Live In Ohio 1977)

New Wave's finest dressed band -- get back to me on that one -- settled down in 1977 to play a hushed and fairly private show at The Eagle Street Saloon, a gloriously derelict band worthy of the band's affectations. 'Miracle Witness' is Devo early on, with barely a fan or record to their name. Can you help them figure this music thing out?

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Something Else For Everybody

Comprised of rejects from the most recent Devo album Something For Everybody, this collection is described by the band as the “chaff” from those sessions. Yet this is essential listening for spuds and devotional devotees everywhere, Devo’s “chaff” being tastier than most outfits’ wheat (see the ‘Hardcore Devo’ compilation on Superior Viaduct for further evidence of this).
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