Saturday, January 15, 2011
The Mars Volta - Deloused in the Comatorium (2003)
It's been a while since I've posted. Believe it or not, I may have found the greatest artist of all time... Even out of everything I've posted, nothing has piqued my interest as much as.. THIS...
Yes, I love ALL of the Mars Volta albums. There is not a single song by them I do not enjoy listening to, except for Tourniquette Man... which is just a little too slow and uneventful for my taste--seeing as how it's the Mars Volta we're speaking of. But it's an excellent transition song.
I would post all the albums, but I think this one and Amputechture are the greatest. Let's not omit Frances the mute. Or the Bedlam in Goliath.
Tremulant is too short of an album sadly, but the songs are great. Octahedron was nice, but I liked the others more. Scab Dates is freakin awesome. The Missing Chromosome was just that, a missing chunk.
Overall, I believe the Mars Volta are revolutionizing music, for bloody baron's Sake, why does the world not accept them as the greatest? It's something that boggles my mind every minute of every day... Surely, the vocals may be a bit wild, the sounds may be insane.. but can nobody see just how much potential this is bringing to music? If everyone else thought like them, music would be a lot more interesting... Not necessarily the same sound or genre at all, but definitely more appealing to all senses.
Posted by Guitar Lessons in San Diego at 11:39 AM