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Read Music/Speak Spanish

Read Music/Speak Spanish
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Favourite Albums of 2002 (43 items)
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Desaparecidos - Read Music Speak Spanish

9 years, 7 months ago at May 8 11:49
1 vote
It's difficult to start a review of a record that, a couple of years after it has been released, right now stands as my favorite record of all time.

What makes Desaparecidos' Read Music/Speak Spanish so good?

Is it the way frontman Conor Oberst (Bright Eyes, Commander Venus, Park Ave) shrieks and shouts in a way he has never done before, often sounding like he swallow... read more
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Description: Like their labelmates Cursive, Desaparecidos are an Omaha act with a taste for shaking up indie rock with volatile mood swings and jagged guitar rhythms. But while Cursive's songs are often deeply--sometimes painfully--personal, Desaparecidos strike out at modern complacency more than they vent personal vendettas. Led by Bright Eyes mastermind Conor Oberst, Desaparecidos use Read Music/Speak Spanish to attack public schools as halfway houses, criticize corporate culture, and refuse to pity fools and their money. Oberst's outlook on society is definitely cynical, as he spews lines like, "There are no more art forms now only ... (more)
Manufacturer: Saddle Creek
Release date: 19 February 2002
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0648401004229 UPC: 648401004229
Tags: Indie (2), American (1), Bought 2007 (1), Wichita (1), Rock (1), 2002 (1), Album (1), Emo (1)
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