What the band called "an intimate show to an eager handful at biker bar turned total dive The Eagle Street Saloon in Cleveland, Ohio" was one of the many gems long-forgotten in the lengthy career of cult music heroes Devo. That performance, somehow miraculously, has emerged for the benefit of everyone.

The 1977 show came years before the formative band emerged into the music stratosphere, after scattering a handful of singles and film contributions in '75 and '76. Dubbed Miracle Witness Hour, the show features live versions of the aforementioned mid-70s singles like 'Jocko Homo' and 'Mongoloid', as well as "rarer experimental gems."

It'll be physically released on CD and vinyl, coming in three different colors. Included in the copies will be liner notes from band member Gerald Casale and rare early images of the band. It'll be available November 17th, with pre-orders available now.

Head to the Devo website to also hear an exclusive early live version of 'Uncontrollable Urge'. For those unfamiliar, check out a later live version of 'Uncontrollable Urge' below.