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Deloused in the Comatorium

The Mars Volta

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debut of brilliance

The Mars Volta's debut album is one of the best I have come across in a long time. They've set a benchmark for all their fellow musicians to meet. It's a great progressive rock album: experimental and with many variations which has been missing from rock music lately. This is a band that knows their instruments extremely well and it shows as you listen to the album. The different sounds they achieve are mindblowing. Cedric's vocals are memorable and extremely individual and make the sound complete. Omar's guitar work is sheer brilliance and producer Rick Rubin obviously knew what he was doing as the sound and overall combination on this album is one that will place 'Deloused in the Comatorium' as one of the best debut's for a band. If you're a progressive rock fan, you'd be crazy not to own this album! Standouts: Inertiatic ESP & Drunkship Of Lanterns

Mind alteringly original

The mars volta are like nothing i have ever heard before, Omars blistering vocals pierce even the most conservative of minds, Cedric takes you into another dimension with his unique and incredibly original guitar playing. This is a CD that will blow your mind, without a doubt the most original band of the 21st century. If you want to experience something amazing buy this album.

Yeah clever album title guys....

This album is annoying at its best & unlistenable at it's worst.


Formed: 2001 in El Paso, TX

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Picking up the pieces from At the Drive-In, Cedric Bixler-Zavala and Omar Rodriguez-Lopez formed the Mars Volta and wasted little time branching out into elements of hardcore, psychedelic rock, and free jazz that expanded on the boundaries of their previous work. Although their previous band's demise ultimately arrived before they were able to truly capitalize on their mounting commercial triumphs, the Mars Volta immediately impressed with their willingness to eschew conventional logic and push themselves...
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