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🎤 Devo - Jocko Homo / Mongoloid MP3

  • Performer: Devo
  • Title: Jocko Homo / Mongoloid
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: UK
  • Record source: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Foldout sleeve
  • Released: 1978
  • Style: New Wave, Post-Punk
  • Label: Stiff Records
  • Cat#: DEV 1
  • MP3 album: 1218 mb
  • FLAC album: 1428 mb
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 713
🎤 Devo - Jocko Homo / Mongoloid MP3


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CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
7033-14Devo Mongoloid / Jocko Homo ‎(7", Single, 1st)Booji Boy Records7033-14US1977
DEV 1Devo Jocko Homo / Mongoloid ‎(7")Stiff RecordsDEV 1UK1978
noneDevo Mongoloid / Jocko Homo ‎(Acetate, 7")Stiff RecordsnoneUK1978
BE 640.134, 640-134, DEV 1Devo Mongoloid / Jocko Homo ‎(7", Single)Stiff Records, Stiff Records, Stiff RecordsBE 640.134, 640-134, DEV 1Belgium1978
DEV 1Devo Jocko Homo ‎(7", S/Sided, W/Lbl)Stiff RecordsDEV 1UK1978


  • LayoutJeff Seibert
  • Photography ByGreg Kaiser
  • Producer, Lyrics By, Music By, DesignDevo


'Shipped by Stiff Records'
1978 Stiff Records Ltd.
1977 Man Ray Inc.
All music, lyrics, graphics copyrighted DEVO 1977.
Q. Are we not men? A. We are Devo!!!
We're all devo! Boogie boy XO'

1st UK pressing had solid centre. Subsequent pressings had push-out centre.



Mongoloid is the first single released by American new wave band Devo in 1977, on the Booji Boy Records label. It was backed with the song Jocko Homo. Mongoloid also had one of the first music videos made using collage. Mongoloid would later be re-recorded by Devo and appeared on the album Q: Are We Not Men A: We Are Devo in 1978. It is also a staple of Devo's live shows. Jocko Homo is the B-side to Devo's first single, Mongoloid, released in 1977 on Devo's own label, Booji Boy Records and later released in the UK on Stiff Records. The song was re-recorded as the feature song for Devo's first album, Q: Are We Not Men A: We Are Devo on Warner Bros. Records in 1978. The original version peaked at 62 on the UK Singles Chart. It is based on a chant from the 1932 movie Island of Lost Souls. Jocko Homo introduced the call-and-response Are we not men, We are. Mongoloid - Devo. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Hot Potatoes: The Best Of Devo. Исполнитель: Devo. 1993 new wave. Jocko Homo. Jocko Homo - Devo. Album: Jocko HomoMongoloid single Set to the original video that came Name: Jocko Homo. Artist: DEVO. Appears On: Mongoloid bw Jocko Homo, Be Stiff EP, Q: Are We Not Men A: We Are DEVO, E-Z Listening Disc Now It Can Be Told, Greatest Hits, Greatest Misses, DEVO Live: The Mongoloid Years, Best Of DEVO Vol. 1, Live In Central Park, DEVO Live 1980, Hot Potatoes, Hardcore DEVO Volume 1, Pioneers Who Got Scalped, The Adventures Of The Smart Patrol Soundtrack, The Essentials, Whip It And Other Hits, this is the DEVO box, New Traditionalists: Live 1981 Seattle, Live at. Jocko Homo by Devo song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position. Mothersbaugh was a student at Kent State University when a friend gave him a pamphlet called Jocko Homo, Heaven Bound King of the Apes. It was a religious pamphlet debunking evolution, explaining how absurd the idea was that a man would descend from a monkey. The pamphlet was printed in the '30s by a religious zealot from Rogers, Ohio. A: We Are Devo Devos debut album, whose name is drawn from the Jocko Homo chorus, Jocko Homo is an anthemic mission statement for Devo, outlining the bands de-evolution philosophy. Текст песни: They tell us that We lost our tails Evolving up From little the video for Mongoloid from Devo's Q: Are We Not Men. Mongoloid, he was a mongoloid Happier than you and me Mongoloid, he was a mongoloid And it determined what he could see Mongoloid, he was aWatch the video for Mongoloid from Devo's Q: Are We Not Men A: We Are Devo for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Mongoloid, he was a mongoloid Happier than you and me Mongoloid, he was a mongoloid And it determined what he could see Mongoloid, he was a View full lyrics. Similar Tracks. Play track

Reviews of the Devo - Jocko Homo / Mongoloid (2):
Billy Granson
my copy plays the wrong song instead of Jocko Homo it plays Gimmie Your Heart by The Subs anyone else have this as well ?
I had never heard of Devo until I saw this single in Boots in Dundee. I was intrigued by the de-evolution idea. I had resisted the sudden conversion that many of my friends had made to punk and new wave and had been much more selective, so I tended to wait for things that grabbed me. Ian Dury was the first, when I heard Sex & Drugs… then Elvis Costello and these were both on hearing the music but Devo was different, this single cover held promise of something unique within so when I put on Jocko homo for the first time I was very pleasantly confirmed in what I heard. I was not a surprise; I kind of knew that this is just what it would sound like. I have been a fan ever since partly because most of the people I knew simply didn’t understand what they were about and thought they were really un-cool, which in its own way was terribly cool. On the day of the US Presidential Election 2008 I find myself reflecting that the election of George W Bush eight year ago (and again 4 years ago for god’s sake!!!) kind of proves that they had a point but here’s hoping that tomorrow we will wake up to a new era where we start getting smarter again.

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