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The Mars Volta


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3.87 | 547 ratings

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3 stars Third work of the North American band in which they practically expose a work without no newness all the opposite we do not see the fact in "Frances The Mute" in which they are exposed very at levels or defined and clear as far as the surroundings and development of atmospheres, in this case we see an interpreted disc of decent way with moments which they border on the exaggerated thing to want to do something in appearance something extremely complex or to give the appearance of that, thing that does not happen with its previous work, the things that in truth it appreciates is again the great production and management in the recording, conserve spirit KING CRIMSON and YES, without a doubt very influential part of the musicians, with the touch that they give him of PUNK, without a doubt is a disc of strong sounds and very smooth I have inclusively I like more of this disc that part the smoothness that is enough but part of is work, would not consider it as something indispensable is good but not as much.
Shelket | 3/5 |


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