* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoHUu0A7ULk Their concert intro]] is a barrage of awesomeness.
* As if [[AGodAmI each had created the other]] in its [[HallOfMirrors own warped image]], never in the history of television were a [[RagtagBunchOfMisfits band]] and a late-night TalkShow more [[RoboticSpouse perfectly matched]] than Music/{{Devo}} and ''Series/TheColbertReport'' (on June 16, 2010).
* The [[ThreeDimensionalEpisode 3-Devo concert]] broadcast on live pay-per-view in October of 1982, just after the release of ''Oh No! It's Devo.'' Throughout the show, the band's backing track was knocked out of sync by a clueless crewman, a mic went dead throughout the show, and the 3D effects proved ineffective as the show wore on. What's a band to do under such terrible production? [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmdgxdI2JU4#t=2m20s Mock the shit]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ty3RuzQ8xo#t=4m29s out of the producers]] on their own pay-per-view.
* The interactive music video for [[http://mashable.com/2011/04/19/devo-what-we-do "What We Do."]] Have fun!
* The song, "Through Being Cool," and the music video that comes with it. These geeks sure are tired of messing around. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_HH_jher3c&feature=kp Have a look for yourselves, folks]].
* In June of 2014, Devo hit the road again to perform sets almost entirely composed of material from the Hardcore Devo years, to an excited reception from, well, hardcore fans. Doing their most ''devolved'' material in 2014 is a strangely triumphant moment for Devo, but it's also got a little [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments heartwarming]] in there too, with some of the proceeds going to the family of the late Bob Casale.


* You could probably pick anything from 1978-1981 and find some riveting NewWaveMusic. The big two, however, are...
** 1978's ''Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!'' (sometimes shortened to ''Q&A'') is a popular fan consensus for best Devo album ''ever,'' and it's probably Devo's most ''rocking'' album.[[note]]Obviously this is a few years before the synthesizers overwhelmed everything.[[/note]]
** 1980's ''Freedom Of Choice,'' a remarkable achievement on its own terms. Not only did it spawn "Whip It" and thus their greatest mainstream success, but it's also one of the best combinations of guitar rock and synth pop ever put on wax.