Devo - Live in the Land of the Rising Sun Trailer

Devo - Live in the Land of the Rising Sun Trailer (2004)

05 October 2004 Music 75 mins

New wave geniuses who helped define an era with their quirky, futuristic, and revolutionary style are back, entertaining the Japanese crowds who love them as much today as they did 25 years ago. Devo have been through a lot over the years, developing their parody of humankind's plight of conformity in their theory of devolution after member Gerald Casale witnessed the Kent State killings of student protesters in 1970, but they haven't wavered in their innovative sounds and pioneering visuals.

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Mark Mothersbaugh

as Himself (as Devo)

Gerald V. Casale

as Himself (as Devo)

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United States 05 October 2004

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