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Se Dice Bisonte No Buffalo
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One of four albums written and recorded by Omar Rodriguez-Lopez whilst living in Amsterdam in 2005, Se Dice Bisonte, No Bufalo was conceived simultaneously to The Mars Volta's Amputechture and Omar's soundtrack to the forthcoming Jorge Hernandez film, El Bufalo de la Noche. Consisting of 3 vocal tracks and 6 instrumentals, the album includes the original studio version of the song "Please Heat This Eventually" (without the vocals of Damo Suzuki). The song "Rapid Fire Tollbooth" has been a feature of The Mars Volta's live set for the past few months and is proving to be a favorite among the rabid fans populating the band's message board.
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If you're looking for an album with a heavy groove Se Dice Bisonte, No Bùfalo sounds like Jimi Hendrix if he were of Latin descent. Truly a musical experience. Enjoy!
But if it did please tell me because this does not sound anything like the mars volta to me.
I must've been fooled!
This album is by far my favorite Omar solo album. It has this very latin, heated, quick paced theme to it. There's hardly time for you to stop and think about it. Songs like Please Heat This Eventually and Boiling Death Requests a Body to Rest It's Head On are straight examples of what i'm talking about. There so enthusiastic with there playing. Everything sounds perfectly in it's rightful place (even if it really is all over at any given time). You'll feel so appreciative of this album, you'll wish you could go back in time and listen to it for the very first time again.
I totally and completely wish i could.
So give it your full attention.
And dance! Because this album will make you want to dance!
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More indulgent with low-key production then his heavy Mars Volta sessions, Lopez's continuous inclusion of Zavala on these increasingly numbered solo outings,...Read more