Wednesday, 6 May 2020

The Marlboro Men - How The West Was Lost And Other Vivid Hallucinations




The Marlboro Man was a figure used in tobacco advertising campaigns for Marlboro cigarettes. In USA, where the campaign originated, it was used from 1954 to 1999. The images initially featured rugged men portrayed in a variety of roles, but later primarily featured a rugged cowboy or cowboys. The wild terrain was picturesque.

The music band is quite interesting.

The Marlboro Men - How The West Was Lost And Other Vivid Hallucinations (New Full Album) 8 years after their 'Who Says You Can't Get High At 95mph' release, The Marlboro Men certainly return with a brand new exciting music album.

Track Listing of Songs:

1.  How The West Was Lost - 0:00
2.  Grogan's Run - 2:00
3.  Sabata - 5:25
4.  Under The Eiger - 8:32
5.  Neuman's Descent - 11:00
6.  Ape Has Killed Ape - 12:49
7.  Festa dei Separi - 16:46
8.  Antarctica And Beyond - 21:11
9.  Slow Train To Domodossola - 27:22
10. How The West Was Lost (The Big Reprise) - 31:25

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