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Here’s one that might be news to you. As a tribute to the passing of Bill Paxton Futurismo have unearthed his avant-synth-pop project Martini Ranch, from 1986-1988 he worked with Andrew Todd, and also featured members of The B52’s and Devo. The reissue comes with a DVD featuring two music videos directed by James Cameron and Rocky Schenck.

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  • FUTNO24 / Reissue 180g vinyl LP + DVD on Futurismo in redux gatefold sleeve. Includes two bonus tracks
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Holy Cow by Martini Ranch
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7/10 Jack Customer review, 7th June 2017

Awesome music with a distasteful cover art (go figure). Really like the 'western-sounding' flavour. The lead singer from Devo was the singer for "How Can the Labouring Man Find Time for Self-Culture?." I recommend this album for anyone working on the farm. Whether you like this genre of music or remember one-hit wonders from the 1980s, this album should hit the spot. A great listen on-the-go! It is probably safe to say you might have heard of Devo, but not heard of Martini Ranch. (Yes, again, ode to the farmer. Giddy-up! - I am no farmer.)




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