Devo ‎– Mongoloid / Jocko Homo

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Mongoloid 3:30
Jocko Homo 3:15

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7033-14 Devo Mongoloid / Jocko Homo(7", Single, 1st) Booji Boy Records 7033-14 US 1977 Sell This Version
7033-14 Devo Mongoloid / Jocko Homo(7", Single, 2nd) Booji Boy Records 7033-14 US 1977 Sell This Version
DEV 1 Devo Jocko Homo / Mongoloid(7") Stiff Records DEV 1 UK 1978 Sell This Version
DEV 1 Devo Jocko Homo / Mongoloid(7", Fol) Stiff Records, Booji Boy Records DEV 1 UK 1978 Sell This Version
DEV 1 Devo The D-evolution Band* Jocko Homo / Mongoloid(7", Single, Fol) Stiff Records, Booji Boy Records DEV 1 UK 1978 Sell This Version
DEV 1 Devo Jocko Homo(7", S/Sided, W/Lbl) Stiff Records DEV 1 UK 1978 Sell This Version
BE 640.134 Devo Mongoloid / Jocko Homo(7") Barclay BE 640.134 Belgium 1978 Sell This Version
BE 640.134, 640-134, DEV 1 Devo Mongoloid / Jocko Homo(7", Single) Stiff Records, Stiff Records, Stiff Records BE 640.134, 640-134, DEV 1 Belgium 1978 Sell This Version
6.12275 Devo Mongoloid / Jocko Homo(7", TP) Not On Label 6.12275 Germany 1978 Sell This Version
none Devo Mongoloid / Jocko Homo(Acetate, 7") Stiff Records none UK 1978 Sell This Version
DEV 1 Devo Mongoloid(7", S/Sided, W/Lbl) Stiff Records DEV 1 UK 1978 Sell This Version
522199-7 Devo Jocko Homo / Mongoloid(7", RM) Warner Bros. Records 522199-7 US 2009 Sell This Version

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fodderstompf

fodderstompf

February 17, 2019
referencing Jocko Homo / Mongoloid, 7", Single, Fol, DEV 1
my copy plays the wrong song instead of Jocko Homo it plays Gimmie Your Heart by The Subs anyone else have this as well ?
bloodorwhiskey

bloodorwhiskey

January 2, 2019
referencing Mongoloid / Jocko Homo, 7", Single, 1st, 7033-14
The "Mongoloid" version you can hear playing this 7" single is an alternate one, not the same as the LP.
nobsaj

nobsaj

August 10, 2016
referencing Jocko Homo / Mongoloid, 7", Fol, DEV 1

No comment about this? I find that quite incredible. Being in my early teens at the tale end of Punk in the late 70's & listening to all the new/different music that had been coming through for several years. Then this comes right out of the blue & nobody had heard anything like it before. With crazy fazed out vocals & mental dirty synth sounds this has to be a massively ground breaking track from Devo.
Booj1Boy

Booj1Boy

December 25, 2014
referencing Jocko Homo / Mongoloid, 7", RM, 522199-7

Looks like Warner was incompetent enough to use the album versions of Mongoloid and Jocko Homo, defeating the whole point of this.
Jockougo

Jockougo

November 4, 2008
referencing Jocko Homo / Mongoloid, 7", Single, Fol, DEV 1

I had never heard of Devo until I saw this single in Boots in Dundee. I was intrigued by the de-evolution idea. I had resisted the sudden conversion that many of my friends had made to punk and new wave and had been much more selective, so I tended to wait for things that grabbed me. Ian Dury was the first, when I heard Sex & Drugs… then Elvis Costello and these were both on hearing the music but Devo was different, this single cover held promise of something unique within so when I put on Jocko homo for the first time I was very pleasantly confirmed in what I heard. I was not a surprise; I kind of knew that this is just what it would sound like. I have been a fan ever since partly because most of the people I knew simply didn’t understand what they were about and thought they were really un-cool, which in its own way was terribly cool. On the day of the US Presidential Election 2008 I find myself reflecting that the election of George W Bush eight year ago (and again 4 years ago for god’s sake!!!) kind of proves that they had a point but here’s hoping that tomorrow we will wake up to a new era where we start getting smarter again.