Devo ‎– Live At Max's Kansas City - November 15, 1977

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Jackpot Records (3) ‎– JPR028
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A1 David Bowie Intro
Performer – David Bowie
0:09
A2 Satisfaction (I Can't Get No)
Composed By – Jagger-Richards
3:18
A3 Too Much Paranoias
Written-By – Mark Mothersbaugh
2:22
A4 Praying Hands
Written-By – Casale*, Mothersbaugh*
4:06
A5 Uncontrollable Urge
Written-By – Mark Mothersbaugh
3:27
A6 Mongoloid
Written-By – Gerald V. Casale
3:41
B1 Smart Patrol / Mr. DNA
Written-By – Gerald V. Casale, Casale*, Mothersbaugh*
8:04
B2 Gut Feeling (Slap Your Mammy)
Written-By – Bob Mothersbaugh, Gerald V. Casale, Mark Mothersbaugh
4:44
B3 Sloppy
Written-By – Bob Mothersbaugh, Gary Jackett, Gerald V. Casale, Mark Mothersbaugh
3:00
B4 Come Back Jonee
Written-By – Casale*, Mothersbaugh*
4:09

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Record Store Day release limited to 2,000 copies as per RSD Front-Sticker.
Includes double-printed insert with liner notes.

Special Thanks: Gerald V. Casale

© 1977-2014 DEVO Inc. Recombinant Music/BMI
Except A2 © 1966 Jagger/Richards ABKO Music

℗ 2014 Jackpot Records
Under Exclusive Worldwide License - DEVO

© 2014 Jackpot Records Under Exclusive Worldwide License - DEVO

Originally released as the first nine tracks of Live: The Mongoloid Years, minus the David Bowie introduction.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 616892186243
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched): S-89297 A2 JPR 028A D DC Plush √
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched): S-89298 A2 JPR 028A DEVO -MAXS JP 'R' 028 B DC Plush √

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Devo4life

Devo4life

February 27, 2015

Devo Live at Max's Kansas City is a great album if you can get ahold of it as most people who bought it just resold it for sky high prices. It features classics such as Satisfaction, Smart Patrol/Mr. DNA, and Uncontrollable Urge. So if you are willing to spend the high price, it's and album you should get.
Booj1Boy

Booj1Boy

January 3, 2015
Why exactly is this going for $60 MINIMUM? I understand that people think they can gouge prices because it's "rare", but why is it so much for a $15 item with only 8 seconds of exclusive audio spliced into the begining of an already released recording? The other release that year, Butch Devo, was a picture disc of unreleased material, a DVD of material only seen by bootlegs and a rare long out of print video release from 79 on it, it's a much better value. I gladly payed my $30 for my copy of Butch Devo when I lined up for RSD 2014, but the fact that you can get Butch Devo for LESS THAN $30 online now is just sad.
danarndt88

danarndt88

October 31, 2014
Its kinda sad that most of these listed are still sealed because it's clear that people bought them just to sell but it is a great set from Devo's more punky years. If this set plus the other two that were released were the only thing Devo ever did, I would be more than satisfied and still consider them one of my top bands.