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EN EL NOMBRE SEA DE DIOS

Oxomaxoma

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Studio Album, released in 1990

Songs / Tracks Listing

Side A:
1. En el Nombre Sea de Dios (7:21)
2. Deja de Chingar Pendeja (3:33)
3. La Flor Blanca (8:03)

Side B:
1. Naufragios y Demoliciones - Parte 1 (1:39)
2. El Unicornio 13 (2:53)
3. La Conjuración de los Cuatro Arcángeles (10:05)
4. El Concilio Chamán en la Tierra de la Niebla (6:13)

Total Time 39:45

Line-up / Musicians

- José Alvarez B. / voice, percussions, trumpet
- Arturo N. Romo P. / trombatron, percussions, yeloguerlizet, guitar, mandolin, voice
- Miguel A. Pérez Becerra / percussions, winds, voice
- Victor Rodríguez G. / clarinet, detrefram 1927, winds, violin

Guests:
- Arturo Meza / percussions, yeloguerlizet, keyboards, voice (A1, A3, B3)
- Victor Rodríguez V. / percussions (A1)
- Juan Wolfgang Cruz / cello (B3)

Releases information

Recorded at home, Rack Studios, La Casa del Lago and ECO-TV.
Mixed at Area Studios 1990

MC Gente de México GM013 (1990)

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1 stars My god, what a boring album. Knowing the mexican RIO style, I was expecting it to be furious and dramatic classical- orientated kind of music. Instead, I got almost 40 minutes of random noises, spoken words, dull ambient and not a single one thought-out composition at all! This band does not make ... (read more)

Report this review (#1630542) | Posted by Harold Needle | Monday, October 10, 2016 | Review Permanlink

4 stars Talking about Oxomaxoma's music, it's not only about one of the most marginal, experimental and original groups in the Mexican scene. You can find elements in their recordings that are so exclusive, that makes their music stand out as one of the most unique artistic proposals around the globe. For t ... (read more)

Report this review (#1074978) | Posted by Exa Gerardo | Sunday, November 10, 2013 | Review Permanlink

4 stars mexican RIO!! OXOMAXOMA, is a lost in time band of Rock In Opposition from Mexico, his debut album called "En el nombre sea de dios" ("in the name of god") had a brilliant bunch of songs, full of mystery and darkness. this album was published in 1990, but even here in Mexico, this album was very ... (read more)

Report this review (#992531) | Posted by Zeuhl Glikowski II | Saturday, July 6, 2013 | Review Permanlink

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