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Omar Rodriguez-Lopez

Manual Dexterity-Soundtrack Vol. 1

(Mars Volta, At The Drive-In)

GSL 90

Released on August 31, 2004

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Around Knuckle White Tile Voted #3  13%
2 Dyna Sark Arches Voted #2  19%
3 Here The Tame Go By  7%
4 Deus Ex Machina  9%
5 Dramatic Theme  4%
6 A Dressing Failure  2%
7 Sensory Decay Part II  0%
8 Of Blood Blue Blisters  13%
9 Dream Sequence  11%
10 The Palpatations Form A Unit Voted #1  22%
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Matt from Coleville, CA 
Dec 27 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Well just 4 the hell of it I decided to review this album. What I have to say about it, is that it's definetly great but it isn't as good as apocalypse, or the buffalo album. I would even go as far as saying it's Omar's worst effort(still better then 99% of all other music though). This and all of Omar Rodriguez-lopez's catalog is definetly worth checking out.

Can't wait to hear "Absense Makes The Heart Grow Fungus"

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David from New Richmond, PQ Canada 
Aug 2 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Un disque incroyable ... c'est vraiment bizzare par contre et une plug Omar va faire un film avec la musique de l'album.

PS. This not looks like Mars Volta ... but still Cedric sing on the last song.

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Guillaume from New-richmond, PQ Canada 
Jan 24 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Croyez moi ce cd est vraiment bon, ceux qui disent que ca suck savent pas c'est quoi de la bonne music. Je suis un gros fans de at the drive in, the mars volta et de defacto fak je peut vous dire que Omar Rodriguez Lopez a crée un album ou la music est expérimentale. Il n'y a pas de parole, donc il faut philosopher sur la music et c'est excellent. Toute les tounes de l'album sont bonnes et font réfléchir. Je recommande ce cd a tous ceux qui aime Defacto ou à tous ceux qui sont des fans de Omar et de Cédric.

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Sharron from Arcanum, OH 
Nov 15 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I didn't know what to think of this at first. I had the thought for the while that the mars volta and troops were just trying waaaaay too hard to be like Pink Floyd...especially using artist Storm Thorgerson on Deloused....and then trying to ignore Omars obsession with John Frusciante...I don't know about you guys, but it seems to me that since ATDI broke up, Sparta and The Mars Volta are having a duke-out to see who can get the most noteworthy hookups....MV to Universal...Sparta to Geffen...MV uses Flea, John F. and producer Rick Rubin...Sparta tours with Incubus....I'm a huge fan of John Frusciante and he hardly does shit but play a damn moog on this cd...I think Omar just flips out and trys to fit any noteworthys in wherever he can. but you know what? i love the mars volta. i love sparta. i love at the drive in. i think i love this album. its really good....all intstrumental minus a vocal appearance by Cedric Mercury on the last track.

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Nancy from Lancaster, CA 
Oct 23 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

it was a little disappointing. some excellent songs, some ok, and some not so good. omar tried a little too hard to make it weird.





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