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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Seaward View Post
    You guys heard Omar's cover of Ellie Goulding's 'Lights'?

    It's kinda fucking awesome imo.
    Yeah that's a fucking brilliant cover.

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    I've been drifting back towards listening to Mars Volta again, and did a little research to discover the version I have of the "Summer Demo Sessions" (pre Deloused) from 2002 is missing Televators. I also learned there's apparently a "Summer Demo Session" and a "Winter Demo Session." Can anybody with one or both hook me up with a PM? It's weird, I'm so used to just streaming these days I don't even know where to find downloads anymore.

    THANKS!

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    I’m biased as all hell, but I’d say Deloused in the Comatorium has one of the top 100 album intros of the last 20 years with “Son Et Lumière” + “Intertiatic ESP.”

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    Juan is in a coma. This fucking sucks. I hope he makes it out of this

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    wow, didn't know about that scientology thing.

    not cool.

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    This is likely the first post-TMV content from Omar I'ved been interested in hearing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brotha52 View Post
    This is likely the first post-TMV content from Omar I'ved been interested in hearing.
    He has a ton of really great post-tmv material (depending on how you define that.)

    I listened to this today and it was remarkably boring. I do t know what the hell happened to this guy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wretchedest View Post
    He has a ton of really great post-tmv material (depending on how you define that.)

    I listened to this today and it was remarkably boring. I do t know what the hell happened to this guy
    I've just found most of his output to be too experimental and without enough structure to be listenable.
    This release is the most digestable, for better or worse.

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