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An obscure one-off project DON SALSA were founded as an experimental sextet mainly by Jason SCHIMMEL (guitars) and Tim SMOLENS (bass), both of whom started up a project named ESTRADASPHERE in mid 1990s. A CDr album entitled "Koolaide Moustache In Jonestown" self-released in 1997 is their only one full-length studio-based creation so far, that can be listened to via their Bandcamp (Foxy World Music).

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3.92 | 4 ratings
Koolaide Moustache in Jonestown

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 Koolaide Moustache in Jonestown by DON SALSA album cover Studio Album, 1997
3.92 | 4 ratings

Koolaide Moustache in Jonestown
Don Salsa RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by theaqua

4 stars Probably the craziest album I've ever heard, with a lot of influences from Naked City and Mr.Bungle, several genres in a single song like chiptune, noise rock, jazz fusion, funk, tex-mex and much more, songs with riffs that start and they end quickly, with completely random sounds ranging from people talking or simply incomprehensible sounds, 2 very long songs, some shorter and the others exaggeratedly short, this album is an exotic dish, what doesn't make me give it 5 stars is that he sometimes exaggerates, but in general, he is extremely fun, and all the musicians play very well, it is a great successful experiment that, despite being essentially random, is an excellent obscure album.
Thanks to dAmOxT7942 for the artist addition.

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