DEVO live, photo by Bobbie Watson Whitaker, circa 1977-78
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DEVO live, photo by Bobbie Watson Whitaker, circa 1977-78

"Sad to hear of Bob 2’s passing. The Casale and Mothersbaugh Brothers along with Alan Myers created something unique in Devo, I remember hearing Satisfaction for the first time at the Stiff offices in Alexander Street, then we watched Chuck Statler’s brilliant videos, I was hooked.”
DEVO at the Berlin Wall by Chalkie Davies, 1978
DEVO, live, late ca 1979
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DEVO, live, late ca 1979

DEVO at the Berlin Wall, photo by Chalkie Davies, 1978
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DEVO at the Berlin Wall, photo by Chalkie Davies, 1978

DEVO, by Norman Seeff, L.A. 1979
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DEVO, by Norman Seeff, L.A. 1979

DEVO, live, late 1970s
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DEVO, live, late 1970s

DEVO: Mark Mothersbaugh, late 1970s
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DEVOMark Mothersbaugh, late 1970s

DEVO, photo by Ebet Roberts 1978

DEVO, photo by Ebet Roberts 1978

DEVO: Mark Mothersbaugh, by Ruby Ray, 1977

DEVO: Mark Mothersbaugh, by Ruby Ray, 1977

"Booji Boy the infantile spirit of De-Evolution begins a relationship with a toaster",
DEVO, promo postcard #2, ca 1978

"Booji Boy the infantile spirit of De-Evolution begins a relationship with a toaster",

  • DEVO, promo postcard #2, ca 1978
suicidewatch:

Alan Vega with Mark Mothersbaugh and Gerald Casale of Devo

suicidewatch:

Alan Vega with Mark Mothersbaugh and Gerald Casale of Devo

DEVO, live 1982

DEVO, live 1982

DEVO late 1970s
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DEVO late 1970s

DEVO by Chester Simpson, San Francisco 1978

DEVO by Chester Simpson, San Francisco 1978

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Mark Mothersbaugh’s guitar, 1977

suicidewatch:

Mark Mothersbaugh’s guitar, 1977