|4||Cygnus.... Vismund Cygnus||13:02|
|6||Facilis Descenus Averni|
|8||L' Via L' Viaquez||12:21|
|11||Pour Another Icepick|
|17||Miranda That Ghost Just Isn't Holy Anymore||13:09|
|B0004129-02||The Mars Volta||Frances The Mute (CD, Album)||Universal Records, Strummer Recordings, Gold Standard Laboratories||B0004129-02||US||2005|
|075021039773||The Mars Volta||Frances The Mute (CD, Album)||Universal Records, Strummer Recordings, Gold Standard Laboratories||075021039773||Malaysia||2005|
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|none||The Mars Volta||Frances The Mute (CDr, Advance, Album, Copy Prot.)||Not On Label||none||US||2004|
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- A&R – Gary Gersh
- Arranged By [Strings And Horns], Conductor [Strings And Horns] – David Campbell
- Bass Trombone – Bill Reichenbach , The Coqui Of Puerto Rico
- Cello – Larry Corbett, Suzie Katayama
- Design [Cover By] – Bill Thorgerson, Dan Abbott , Peter Curzon, Storm Thorgerson
- Engineer – Andrew Scheps, David Schiffman, Jon Debaun, Omar A Rodriguez-Lopez
- Engineer [Assistant] – Claudius Mittendorfer, Paul Pilsneniks
- Guitar – John Frusciante (tracks: 3)
- Management – sam
- Mastered By – Howie Weinberg
- Mastered By [Assistant] – Roger Lian
- Mixed By – Rich Costey
- Music By, Directed By – Omar A Rodriguez-Lopez
- Percussion – Lenny Castro
- Performer [On This Record The Mars Volta Is] – Cedric Bixler Zavala, Ikey Isaiah Owens, Jon Theodore, Juan Alderte De La Peña, Marcel Rodriguez-Lopez, Omar A Rodriguez-Lopez
- Photography By – Peter Curzon, Rupert Truman, Storm Thorgerson
- Piano – Roger Manning
- Piano, Clavinet – Larry Harlow (tracks: 3, 5 to 12)
- Producer – Omar A Rodriguez-Lopez
- Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Adrian Terrazas (tracks: 5 to 12)
- Trombone – Nicholas Lane
- Trumpet – Flea (tracks: 2, 4A to 4D), Salvador "Chava" Hernandez, Wayne Bergeron
- Tuba – Randy Jones
- Violin – Diego Casillas, Erick Hernandez, Ernesto Molina, Fernando Moreno, Joel Derouin, Josefina Vergara, Mario DeLeon, Peter Kent , Roberto Cani
- Vocals, Lyrics By – Cedric Bixler Zavala
- Written-By [Strings And Horns] – David Campbell, Omar A Rodriguez-Lopez
The CD packaging specifies the fifth track name as Cassandra Geminni. However, the artist website and the vinyl release of this album specify its name as Cassandra Gemini. The movements of this track (Tarantism / Plant A Nail In The Navel Stream / Faminepulse / Multiple Spouse Wounds / Sarcophagi) listed here do not align with the track splits on CD (tracks 5-12).
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3400 Eagle Rock Blvd, Loa Angeles, California.
453 Mario Julia Industrial Park, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
5161 North Cartwright Ave, N Hollywood, California.
3222 Los Feliz Blvd, Los Angeles, California.
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Mixed at Avatar Studios in New York City.
Mastered at Masterdisk.
℗ & © 2005 The Mars Volta
- Barcode: 0 75021 03977 3
- Rights Society: SADAIC. BIEM. AADI. CAPIF.
- Matrix / Runout: A5M01D26/8 2103977 / UNIVERSAL EPSA IND. ARG/27536
- Record Company – UMG Recordings, Inc.
- Licensed To – Universal Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Mars Volta
- Copyright (c) – The Mars Volta
- Published By – Hija De Lola
- Published By – Amputekthure
- Distributed By – Universal Music Argentina S.A.
- Mixed At – Avatar Studios
- Mastered At – Masterdisk
- Pressed By – Epsa – 27536
Frances the Mute is the second studio album by American progressive rock band The Mars Volta released in February 2005 on Gold Standard Laboratories and Universal. Produced by guitarist and songwriter Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, the album incorporates dub, ambient, Latin and jazz influences, and is the first to feature bassist Juan Alderete and percussionist Marcel Rodriguez-Lopez. The album also includes contributions from future saxophonist Adrián Terrazas-González, who joined the band during its. Frances the Mute a. the Mute is the second studio album by American progressive rock band The Mars Volta released on March 1, 2005 on Gold Standard Laboratories and Universal. The album also includes contributions from future saxophonist Adrián Terrazas-González, who joined the band during its subsequent tour. Frances the Mute Q&A. For 2005's Frances the Mute, Omar Rodriguez-Lopez and Cedric Bixler-Zavala worked principally with their touring band, but joining the band for selected moments are strings, horns, electronic programming, pals Flea and John Frusciante, and the coqui frogs of Puerto Rico. There are no song breaks, making the track listing more of an outline. With no apologies, Frances the Mute- The Mars Volta's new 77-minute, five-track, gratuitously subdivided, and feebly narrated album- is for him. Call it what you will, but be sure to have finished your homework before tackling this gnarled swamp thing. I'm reluctant to say Bixler-Zavala and Rodriguez-Lopez have become better musicians in the two years since De-Loused was released. Any possible strides in technical proficiency are showcased in brazenly flown-from-the-rafters pandering. But the Mars Volta are also a band in the truest, bluest sense of the word, and their strong unity. Listen free to The Mars Volta Frances the Mute The Widow, L' Via L' Viaquez. 2 tracks 18:11. Frances the Mute is the second studio album by progressive rock band The Mars Volta released in the US on March 1, 2005. The album's lyrics often jump from Spanish to English. Though not as commercially successful as De-loused in the Comatorium, it received considerable critical praise. Product description. Mars Volta - Frances the Mute CD. The second album by the intense progressive group. Brilliant and unique. Its The Mars Volta with a completely different story and feel then their first album De Loused in the Comatorium while still maintaining their signature sound. Based off of various story-lines from past band members as well as fictional characters, Frances the Mute is a jazz infused, messy and somewhat psychotic rock n' roll masterpiece. Its like Santana on acid. This album just picks you up and takes you into a new world of musical abnormality and mystery. My, My, My . On a purely personal level, Frances the Mute nearly accomplishes that with me. The Mars Volta had, of course, entranced me with the highly energetic De-Loused in the Comatorium, which in retrospect sounds just as close to their At the Drive-In days as it does this album. But all of that is relatively unimportant. What is important is what makes this album so brutally brilliant. The album, both as a whole and broken into pieces, works flawlessly. Opting out of the sudden explosiveness of their previous ventures for the most part, The Mars Volta instead practice sweeping epicness. The Mars Volta is an American Progressive Rock band formed in El Paso, texas, in 2001. Their name has been thrown out a lot in the music scene, especially the Rock scene for some obvious reasons, being named the best Progressive Rock band ever by The Rolling Stones. Before Frances the Mute, they released their debut studio album De-Loused in the Comatorium in 2003. It received critical acclaim even though Frances the Mute is more. read more
Performer: The Mars Volta
Title: Frances The Mute
Release date: 2005
Label: Gold Standard Laboratories, Strummer Recordings, Universal Records
Style: Alternative Rock, Prog Rock
Catalog: 075021039773, 2103977
Size MP3: 2292 mb
Size FLAC: 2941 mb
Rating: 4.2 / 5
Record source: CD, Album