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Now It Can Be Told: Devo at the Palace 12/9/88 Devo was one of the few '80s pop bands that didn't suck, because it made music with chutzpah. Now It Can Be Told: Devo at the Palace 12/9/88Now It Can Be Told: Devo at the Palace 12/9/88Reissues, Rock Devo was one of the few '80s pop bands that didn't suck, because it made music with chutzpah. Now It Can Be Told: Devo at the Palace 12/9/881994-04-29
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Now It Can Be Told: Devo at the Palace 12/9/88

Genre: Reissues, Rock; Lead Performer: Devo

Devo was one of the few ’80s pop bands that didn’t suck, because it made music with chutzpah. Now It Can Be Told: Devo at the Palace 12/9/88, a slickly produced live album, captures the group’s quirky blend of punk attitude, new-wave robotics, and oddball humor, especially in drum-tight versions of MTV favorites ”Whip It” and ”Satisfaction.” It’s shtick, but it works.