Devo live album emerges from archives

Devo have announced the release of a rare archive recording from 1977 that will see the light of day via Futurismo. The remastered recording made at The Eagle Street Saloon in Cleveland features early versions of cult hits like 'Jocko Homo' and 'Mongoloid'.

Available from 1st December, Miracle Witness Hour comes with a die-cut outer sleeve revealing the box-fold reversible cover inner sleeve, containing a second sleeve and housing rare images as well as brand new liner notes by Devo founding member Gerald Casale. The vinyl comes on heavyweight 180g coloured vinyl with free download, and the record is also available on die-cut digipak CD format.

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