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VariousKROQ-FM Devotees Album

Label:Rhino Records (2) – RNSP 301, Rhino Records (2) – RNSP-301
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Compilation
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:New Wave, Experimental

Tracklist

A1Knife LustShrivel Up
Written-ByG.V. Casale*, M. Mothersbaugh*
A2Jupiter (24)Mongoloid
Written-ByG.V. Casale*
A3The View (4)Uncontrollable Urge
Written-ByM. Mothersbaugh*
A4The Firemen (2)Jocko Bozo
Written-ByM. Mothersbaugh*
A5The DeadlinersMongoloid
Written-ByG.V. Casale*
A6The Bakersfield Boogie Boys*Okie From Muskogee
Written-ByHaggard*, Burris*
B1Lonnie And The DevotionsJocko Homo
Written-ByM. Mothersbaugh*
B2The DoguloidsBlockhead
B3The Touch Tone TunersJocko Homo
Written-ByM. Mothersbaugh*
B4Y-22Music Inspired By Space Junk
B5The SordesMongoloid
Written-ByG.V. Casale*
B6Bohonian PlimquinsGut Feeling
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"This LP was compiled from tapes sent in by KROQ listeners during the summers of 1978 and 79. KROQ, Rhino Records (2) and Devo would like to thank all the mutants who entered the Devotees contest."

All songs published by Devo Music / Virgin Music, except A6 published by Blue Book Music.

Catalog number is "RNSP 301" on cover but "RNSP-301" on labels.

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  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): RNSP-301 side 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): RNSP-301 SIDE-2

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C0rp0ralClegg
A fun note, Richard Branson said that the contest was short of winners so he and Foos did the Bakersfield group to pad it out.
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dpfrag
An odd curiosity that came out toward the very beginning of Devo's life (in terms of albums at least). So most of the tracks are covers of tracks from Q/A. Some of it is fun, some of it is bizarre, some of it misses the mark, a lot of it is gimmicky but at the same time it is a time piece and worth listening too (after all those Devo records of course!)