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The Mars Volta - Unreleased (2013)

8-06-2014, 06:56

The Mars Volta - Unreleased (2013)

Artist: The Mars Volta
Title Of Album: Unreleased
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: self-Relised
Genre: Progressive Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Experimental
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:20:27
Total Size: 204 Mb


01 - ,14 (possible outtake from Noctourniquet LP)
02 - 98d87 (Molochwalker demo)
03 - cmv8 (Sea is Rising demo)
04 - dp (possible Omar Rodriguez-Lopez solo demo)
05 - ef4 (possible Casate Colmillo demo)
06 - eog-3
07 - f39h (elements later used in the live version of Trinkets Pale of Moon)
08 - f9h0 (another possible Casate Colmillo demo)
09 - k49 (possible outtake from Octahedron LP)
10 - pi4 (possible Happiness demo)
11 - qr5`
12 - s[fqw (similar to the first track on the collection)
13 - xv8 (possible New York City demo or Asco Que Conmueve Los Puntos Erogenos demo)
14 - y2g (Vicarious Atonement demo)
15 - ytj6 (also similar to the first track on the collection)

Almost seven months after The Mars Volta broke up, its two masterminds have already moved on to their separate projects Zavalaz and Bosnian Rainbows. However, given the sheer amount of material that guitarist Omar Rodriguez-Lopez likes to record, one could easily predict that some studio leftovers from the band would show up at some point, whether officially or not. The latter case happened earlier today, and the result is up for grabs.
It all seemed to originate with a forum post over at The Comatorium, where a user claimed to have received a private message with fifteen “Volta b-sides” and the instruction to “share this.” Sure enough, the files were spread among fans, and they were soon in the hands of former drummer Thomas Pridgen, who provided some legitimacy to the collection by stating on which tracks he had performed.
So go ahead click here to download 80 minutes’ worth of unreleased demos and (presumably) b-sides. It’s certainly a mixed bag with a few great standout moments and too few vocal tracks, along with a fair share of Omar solo demos that may or may not have been intended as Volta songs at some point.

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