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Devo: Pioneers Who Got Scalped - The Anthology 2xCD - 2xCD, released 2000 in Europe by Warner Archives (R2 75967), Barcode: 081227596729 -- Genre: New Wave / 1980s Pop

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This is it? Just two CDs devoted (snicker) to one of the great American bands? With the one-two punch of their mission statements "Jocko Homo" and "Mongoloid" from the early 70's, it's clear that Devo had it all figured out from the beginning. Theirs was a fight against the increasingly alienating modern world, a sort of "if you can't beat it, join it" idea. Devo would find more honest humanity by becoming less human. "Are we not men? We are Devo!" was their declaration, echoing the man-beast experiments in H.G. Wells's Island of Dr.

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