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Devo performing live at the Forecastle Festival, in Louisville, Kentucky, 2010 Left to right: Gerald Casale (bass), Mark Mothersbaugh (vocals; keyboards), Bob Casale (keyboards; guitar), and Bob Mothersbaugh (guitar) is an American rock band that formed in 1973, consisting of members from Kent and Akron, Ohio.

Their classic line-up consisted of two sets of brothers, the Mothersbaughs (Mark and Bob) and the Casales (Gerald and Bob), along with Alan Myers. 14 Billboard chart hit in 1980 with the single "Whip It" and has maintained a cult following throughout its existence.

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"Secret Agent Man" had been recorded first in 1974 for Devo's first film and performed live as early as 1976.

In 1979, Devo traveled to Japan for the first time, and a live show from this tour was partially recorded.

In 1978, the B Stiff EP was released by British independent label Stiff, which included the single "Be Stiff" plus two previous Booji Boy releases.

Recommendations from David Bowie and Iggy Pop enabled Devo to secure a recording contract with Warner Bros. After Bowie backed out of the business deal due to previous commitments, their first album, Q: Are We Not Men? was produced by Brian Eno and featured re-recordings of their previous singles "Mongoloid" and "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction".

Devo was also a pioneer of the music video, creating many memorable clips for the Laser Disc format, with "Whip It" getting heavy airplay in the early days of MTV.

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