Tonto Rides Again


Tonto Rides Again

Tonto Rides Again is a studio album by Tonto's Expanding Head Band originally released in 1971 then released again in 1996 with bonus tracks.

The album featured all of the "Zero Time" tracks in addition to seven additional unavailable tracks (including those from "It's About Time"). To coincide with the release, Mark Mothersbaugh (from the band Devo) said the following:

:Once upon a time, Tonto represented the cutting edge of artificial intelligence in the world of music - Robert and Malcolm are the mad chefs of aural cuisine with beefy tones and cheesy timbres, making brain chili for those brave enough and hungry enough. Consequently, back in the cultural wasteland of the Midwest, the release of Tonto's Expanding Head Band was an inspirational indicator for starving Spudboys who had grown tired of the soup du jour. It was official - noise was now Muzak, and Muzak was now noise. So with Tonto "riding again" and the orb-of-sound resurrected, expect a healing. The masses are asses who need Tonto's glasses. Lookout, here comes Tonto!

Track listing

# "Cybernaut" - 4:31
# "Jetsex" - 4:12
# "Timewhys" - 4:56
# "Aurora" - 6:47
# "Riversong" - 7:58
# "Tama" - 5:16
# "Ferryboat" - 4:59
# "Pyramodal" - 2:09
# "Cameltrain" - 3:54
# "Judgementor" - 4:40
# "Freeflight" - 2:23
# "Tontomotion" - 5:48
# "Tranquillium" - 5:56


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