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Back in the late '70s, members of Devo donned hazmat suits and put flower pots on their heads to play robotic dance music while declaring that society was de-evolving. Some people considered the band's success to be the best proof of that very point.
Saturday Night Live , New Wave pioneers Devo have released Something for Everybody , their first album of new material in two decades. Madison Avenue. (See the 100 best albums of all time.) For those who may not be familiar with Devo, can you explain
Devo believes the future has finally caught up with its visionary music and "de-evolution" message. Thirty-five years after the group's first album -- and two decades since its last -- Devo is back with new music and a look to replace their iconic
Last updated on Monday, Nov. 23, 2009 3:09AM EST T hey looked dead strange in the early eighties, in their baggy yellow jumpsuits and red flower-pot hats. But there was something weirdly liberating about the spirit and title of Devo's first album, Q: