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Omar Rodriguez-Lopez

Se Dice Bisonte, No Bufalo

(At The Drive-In,Mars Volta)

GSL 129

Released on May 29, 2007

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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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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Lukewarm  0%
2 Luxury Of Infancy Voted #1  50%
3 Rapid Fire Tollbooth Voted #3  17%
4 Thermometer Drinking The Bussness Of Turnstiles  0%
5 Se Dice Bisonte, No Bufalo  0%
6 If Gravity Lulls, I Can Hear The World Pant  0%
7 Please Heat This Eventually  0%
8 Lurking About In A Cold Sweat (Held Together By Venom)  0%
9 Boiling Death Request A Body To Rest Its Head On  0%
10 La Tirania De La Tradicion Voted #2  33%
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Philippe from Bois-des-filion, PQ Canada 
Mar 13 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I really enjoyed this album just as a Mars Volta album would enjoy me. Obvisously it's a more prog-space album than the freaky weird experimentations of the Mars Volta. It sounds more like a Pink Floyd album than a Led Zeppelin record, it's more smooth.





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