Devo? Are We Not Men 1978 Debut Lp Japan 1st Press Oop Mint Banned
Up for grabs an original DEVO Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are DEVO" 12" vinyl LP album, 1978 release on Warner/Pioneer (P-10591W) sugar label with horizontal lines (discontinued), matrix nos. P-10591W1/W2, Warner logo pin on the shirt collar backside (deleted), hard cardboard cover, illustrated foldable photo insert with lyrics (en/jpn) and liner notes (jpn), antistatic inner, Obi strip, made in Japan, condition cover/spine: Mint, vinyl/labels: pristine Mint (actual pics shown, zoom over). The group's debut cult classic with showroom dummy. Devolution manifesto of a western "progress" included on Jocko Homo lyrics taking David Bowie's statement "make the best of each moment, we're not evolving, we're not going anywhere" further down the line, US. Photo-stills taken from its slap-happy videoclip unedited (banned). Rendition of The Residents "I Can't Get No (Satisfaction)" 1976 single (200 copies limited) further decomposing the Rolling Stones original, Japan inner photo-stills taken from its videoclip with female mannequin trash (out of print), tremendous artefact, first press, limited edition, rare and in such condition.
This item is in the category "Music\Vinyl Records". The seller is "pereubu100" and is located in this country: GR. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, all countries in continental Asia, United States, European Union, Canada.
- Artist: Devo
- Country/Region of Manufacture: Japan
- Style: Techno, Punk/New Wave
- Record Grading: Mint (M)
- Speed: 33 RPM
- Record Size: 12\
- Format: Record
- Type: LP
- Release Title: Are We Not Men
- Release Year: 1978
- Edition: First Pressing, Limited Edition
- Genre: Rock
- Sleeve Grading: Mint (M)