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Old 03-18-2005, 02:16 AM
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Fareed Haque Group, The Mars Volta, Live Return To Forever


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Old 03-18-2005, 07:24 PM
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Re: Fareed Haque Group, The Mars Volta, Live Return To Forever

Originally posted by gagliarchives
and a spotlight on our new #1 disc from The Mars Volta and their new album Francis The Mute. Please stand by!
I picked up "Frances the Mute" (with an e) by The Mars Volta today in fact. I was in an indie shop in Tuscaloosa and picked it up, a used copy of "Kid A" by Radiohead, and Miles Davis' "In a Silent Way." I popped in The Mars Volta right of the bat. Sooooooo good. Flea adds trumpet to it! The two guys from At the Drive-In are awesome, and Omar's really matured as a vocalist.

And the first song happens to have "Cygnus" in the title!
Feels like I'm fiddling while Rome is burning down.
Think I'll lay my fiddle down, take a rifle from the ground!
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