One Model Nation

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One Model Nation
One Model Nation front cover.jpg
Author Jim Rugg, Courtney Taylor-Taylor
Illustrator Jim Rugg
Cover artist Jim Rugg
Country United States
Language English
Publisher Image Comics
Publication date
11 November 2009
Media type Print
ISBN 1-60706-157-0
Totalwerks, Vol. 1 (1969–1977)
Totalwerks, Vol. 1 (1969-1977) front cover.jpeg
Studio album by One Model Nation
Released 31 January 2012 (2012-01-31)
Label The End

One Model Nation is a graphic novel by Jim Rugg and Dandy Warhols frontman Courtney Taylor-Taylor about a fictional 1970s German krautrock band. It was released on 11 November 2009. An accompanying studio album titled Totalwerks, Vol. 1 (1969–1977), a fake greatest hits album by the fictional band, was released on 31 January 2012.

Critical reception[edit]

Wired called it "intriguing and humorous".[1] Film director Gus Van Sant called it an "Awesomely executed story by Courtney Taylor-Taylor. Great art – you must read it."[2] Ain't It Cool News wrote that it was "worth a look if you haven't read it already, especially if you're an indie comics fan. It's a good story that should appeal to those who like comics that have realistic characters along with a small bit of socio-political history mixed in."[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Transmission" 3:07
2. "East Berlin" 4:24
3. "Mission to Mars (There's No Need to Mess Up the Trip)" 4:07
4. "Russian Standard Time" 1:34
5. "The Dominator" 4:02
6. "Bicycles" 4:26
7. "What Is the Plan?" 3:11
8. "Throaty Neumann" 3:26
9. "Midnight Now You're Walking" 5:14
10. "Universal Time" 3:18
11. "Gypsum Noggur" 7:57

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