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Modern Day Cowboy - Tesla - Mechanical Resonance (Cassette, Album)

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  1. rows · Watch the video for Modern Day Cowboy from Tesla's Mechanical Resonance for free, .
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the SR Cassette release of Mechanical Resonance on Discogs. Label: Geffen Records - M5G • Format: Cassette Album SR • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Arena Rock/5(10).
  3. “Modern Day Cowboy,” the 7th track off of Tesla’s debut album “Mechanical Resonance” released in , is a comparative narrative of different points of time in American History where the “Cowboy”.
  4. Tesla discography and songs: Music profile for Tesla, formed Genres: Hard Rock, Acoustic Rock. Albums include Mechanical Resonance, The Great Radio Controversy, and Psychotic Supper.
  5. After playing several showcases in Los Angeles, TESLA quickly scored a deal with Geffen and released their debut album, Mechanical Resonance, in ; it produced the hard rock hits and crowd favorite, “Modern Day Cowboy” and “Little Suzi.” Mechanical Resonance reached the Top 40 on the album charts, and eventually went platinum.
  6. Sep 11,  · Their debut album, Mechanical Resonance, would eventually go platinum, nestled comfortably in the Top 40, and produced the iconic hard rock hits “Modern Day Cowboy” and “Little Suzi.” Today, Mechanical Resonance lives on as one of .
  7. Listen to The Way It Is by Tesla. Join Napster and play your favorite music offline. From the album "Time's Makin' Changes: The Best Of Tesla" by Tesla on Napster.
  8. On this day in TESLA’s debut album album ⚡ Mechanical Resonance ⚡ was released. Comment your favorite song or special memory from this album or tour. "EZ Come EZ Go" "Cumin' Atcha Live" "Gettin' Better" "2 Late 4 Love" "Rock Me to the Top" "We're No Good Together" "Modern Day Cowboy" "Changes" "Little Suzi".
  9. " Modern Day Cowboy " is a song by the American hard rock band Tesla. The song was released as the first single from the band's debut studio album, Mechanical Resonance. The song's lyrics make references to criminals such as Billy the Kid and Al Capone.

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