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Devo: Hardcore Live!

Album Review

Ohio veterans prove there’s no wave like the old wave.

Devo’s peculiar strain of art-rock, informed by what they saw as the ‘de-evolution’ of society, was incubated in a dank basement between 1974-’77. As keyboardist Mark Mothersbaugh puts it, the songs they hatched there were “raw and unfiltered, with no commercial intent.”

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