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Tychozorente Import


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Audio CD, Import, November 16, 2010
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1. Los Siete Sermones a los Muertos
2. Polaridad
3. La Paradoja Divina
4. Contra Suspiros
5. El Todo
6. Piedras y Ansiedad
7. El Ritual Como Fin en Si Mismo
8. Consecuencias

Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 16, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Indie Europe/Zoom
  • ASIN: B00474T2DG
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #312,291 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cerpin47 on November 22, 2011
Format: Audio CD
For those who don't know, Nobody (credited on the album as his birth name, Elvin Estrela) is an L.A. DJ/Producer (see this link [...] as Amazon doesn't have a bio for him yet). He generally mixes hip-hop beats with odd clicks and drops and 60's psychedelia, which I find quite chill.

When I read online that he took part in an Omar project, I immediately ordered it. And needless to say, it did not disappoint. It was interesting to hear an Omar album with NOT ONE guitar in it! He's always hidden short click-y/muffled/distorted ambient beats of some sort in every Mars Volta record and even some later At The Drive In, so it was cool to hear a full effort at it.

Might not be a good FIRST Omar album, but I'm not sure if I could name one at all. It's kind of hit or miss, but I have ended up liking all I've found thus far.

TJ
Aston, Pa
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Another album in Omar Rodriguez Lopez's rapidly expanding catalogue. This album, aside from the interesting album artwork, features some of the most heavily synthesized music I have heard yet from this artist. There is no guitar work present on this album, and it creates an spacier and more European feel to the album (perhaps from being in Germany and Amsterdam?) Once again, Ximena Sariñana Rivera is at the helm singing Vocals (in Spanish), and her subtle and velvety voice float on top of the techno-synth background created by the musicians.
Omar does Sequencing, Programming, Synths, and Xylophone; Elvin Estela does Programming, Additional Production, and Bass; and Marcel Rodriguez Lopez (who is an integral part of Omar's normal band) plays Mellotron. The album was recorded by Omar and Elvin Estela. It glides in and out of synthesizer harmonies and loops meshing with the smooth vocal melody. This is one of the more "out there" releases from Omar (but certainly not the most) and Ximena's singing is what really ties the album together. If you like Omar's other albums that feature Ximena (like his recently released "Cizaña De Los Amores" or "Solar Gambling) then this should be appealing to you.
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Another album in Omar Rodriguez Lopez's rapidly expanding catalogue. This album, aside from the interesting album artwork, features some of the most heavily synthesized music I have heard yet from this artist. There is no guitar work present on this album, and it creates an spacier and more European feel to the album (perhaps from being in Germany and Amsterdam?) Once again, Ximena Sariñana Rivera is at the helm singing Vocals (in Spanish), and her subtle and velvety voice float on top of the techno-synth background created by the musicians.
Omar does Sequencing, Programming, Synths, and Xylophone; Elvin Estela does Programming, Additional Production, and Bass; and Marcel Rodriguez Lopez (who is an integral part of Omar's normal band) plays Mellotron. The album was recorded by Omar and Elvin Estela. It glides in and out of synthesizer harmonies and loops meshing with the smooth vocal melody. This is one of the more "out there" releases from Omar (but certainly not the most) and Ximena's singing is what really ties the album together. If you like Omar's other albums that feature Ximena (like his recently released "Cizaña De Los Amores" or "Solar Gambling) then this should be appealing to you.
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0 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Clint Jones on November 29, 2010
Format: Audio CD
This is a synth-heavy album that is too dark to be poppy, but too catchy to be intriguing. I wish I had sampled the tracks on the Omar Rodriguez-Lopez site before I bought it.

Get:
Sepulcros De Miel
Solar Gambling
The Apocalypse Inside Of An Orange
Omar Rodriguez

Forget:
Mantra Hiroshima
Tychozerente
Despair
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