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Performer: Devo
Title: Sing If You're Glad To Be Devo
Country: US
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Style:New Wave, Art Rock, Punk
Catalog number: TAKRL 950
Label: The Amazing Kornyfone Record Label
MP3 album szie: 2283 mb
FLAC album size: 2600 mb


1Words Get Stuck In My Throat
2Praying Hands
3Come On Johnny
4Uncontrollable Urge
5Gut Feeling
7Smart Patrol
8Too Much Paranoias
10Mr. Dna


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CYBER UD1Workforce To The World Live! On Site ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial)Cyber Records CYBER UD1UK1978
TAKRL 950Devo Sing If You're Glad To Be Devo ‎(LP, Unofficial, Pin)The Amazing Kornyfone Record LabelTAKRL 950USUnknown


Live in San Francisco, CA at Mabuhay Gardens. Also includes early demos.

This bootleg LP has the exact same track listing as the Workforce release.


  • Recorded At – Mabuhay Gardens
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