The Minimoog synthesizer was essential to Mark Mothersbaugh's music career. "If you dissected my brain, there's probably a whole section that's Minimoog," he says. Justin Richmond/NPR hide caption

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Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh On The Synths That Changed Pop Forever

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Clockwise from upper left: Bruce Springsteen, Joe Strummer during his time with The Pogues, Lydia Loveless, Devo Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Record Store Day Premieres From Springsteen, Devo, Joe Strummer And The Pogues, More

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The '80s Strike Back: Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh

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