Mark Mothersbaugh and Devo aim to infect commercialism from within
Today Devo is re-energized. In addition to finding time to tour, it picked up where it left off with 2010's return to formula, Something for Everybody, a candy-coated pop album with a cynical filling. The timing was right and everybody — the two sets of brothers that make up the band — wanted to make another record. "And probably more than anything, it was Alzheimer's," Mothersbaugh says. "We forgot what it was that made us stop."
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