Rubber Rodeo's fusion of new wave and country music on the album led music critic . Later in 1984, the band picked up a Grammy nomination for a long-form video they made for Scenic Views. The video was produced by Second Story Television and written and directed by David Greenberg. The home video release also included the music video for their early Eat Records single, "How The West Was Won". Heartbreak Highway (1986). Before recording their follow-up album, the band's.
Another Boston group, Face to Face, did get its 15 minutes with this formula, and despite the derivative nature, Scenic Views is still a listenable and interesting effort.
Album by Rubber Rodeo. Need You Need Me. Slow Me Down. Anywhere With You. Walking After Midnight. City Of God. The Hardest Thing. Mess O' Me. Before I Go Away. this site: Scenic Views.
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Rubber Rodeo: Scenic Views Shooting straighter than I'd expect of the Tubes or Orchestra Luna, these art-schoolers look at the Wild West and see laundromats, tourist attractions, and hand-tooled footwear. And shooting even lower than I'd hoped, they hear synth-pop with dobros and steel guitars.
Scenic Views is the debut studio album by Rhode Island new wave band Rubber Rodeo. It was released on November 15, 1984 by Mercury Records. After releasing several singles and EPs on Eat Records, Rubber Rodeo released their debut studio album in November 1984.
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