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The sheer exhaustion that comes with the initial play of a Mars Volta album may dissaude many listeners. But for those fans who understand the message behind their music, look no further than the recent release of the bands third album, Amputecture. Bringing the energy of a live show to the studio, the Mars Volta continue to explore their talent in a genre-less field. The cohesive harmony between ... read more

The Mars Volta - Amputechture

12 years ago at Oct 26 9:47
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Oh no, it's another The Mars Volta record! I can hear the critics sharpen their knives already. Except for the EP 'Tremulant' and to some extent, their first record 'De-Loused In The Comatorium', the press has been bashing these ex-At The Drive-In boys like there's no tomorrow. And it's easy to see why they do such a thing. Songs that last almost 17 minutes, with some kind of structure somewhere i... read more
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Amputechture is the third full-length studio album by American progressive rock band The Mars Volta, released on September 12, 2006 on Gold Standard Laboratories and Universal Records. The album debuted at #9 on the Billboard Top 200 selling over 59,000 copies in its opening week and an estimated 400,000 copies as of 2009. The album marks the final appearance of drummer Jon Theodore, and is the first studio album to feature guitarist and sound manipulator Paul Hinojos, formerly of At the Drive-In and Sparta.
Manufacturer: Gold Standard Laboratories, Universal Records, Strummer
Release date: 12 September 2006
EAN: 0602517028029 UPC: 602517028029
Tags: 2006 (3), Album (2), American (2), Prog (2), Rock (2), Alternative (1), Progressive Rock (1), Bought 2010 (1), Hard Rock (1), Prog Rock (1), Experimental (1), Art Rock (1), Neo-psychedelia (1), Indie (1)
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