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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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# Song Name Popularity
1 Around Knuckle White Tile  0%
2 Dyna Sark Arches  0%
3 Here The Tame Go By  0%
4 Deus Ex Machina  0%
5 Dramatic Theme  0%
6 A Dressing Failure  0%
7 Sensoryt Decay Part II  0%
8 Of Blood Blue Blisters  0%
9 Dream Sequence  0%
10 The Palpatations Form A Unit  0%
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Jordan from Maroochydore, Australia 
May 10 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this is a pretty interesting lp. the guitar work in it sounds in parts like santana or satriani however there are just too many parts in this lp where nothing is really happening and it becomes quite boring. Think the new volta without singing, and way more dull. Its a worthy purchase if your into every thing atdi/sparta/volta, but ide recommend "megaton shotblast" by de facto before this.

PS. although the artwork on the vinyl is hell cool and trippy, because of the silent soundscapes or whatever, and becuase its a double lp there is only really one song on each side and its really annoying to change the record over all the time.

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