lunes, 4 de mayo de 2009

Y Por que el Skunk esta insano.

Sigur Ros - ( )

( ) is the third full-length album from Icelandic band Sigur Rós, first released in October 2002. It comprises eight untitled tracks, divided into two parts: the first four tracks are more light and optimistic, while the latter four are bleaker and more melancholic.[1] The two halves are divided by a 36-second silence,[2] and the album opens and closes with a click of distortion. The album's vocals are recorded in "Vonlenska" ("Hopelandic"),[1] which consists of meaningless syllables and resembles scat singing. The "language" is named after Von, the first song that featured it


01 - Untitled 1
02 - Untitled 2
03 - Untitled 3
04 - Untitled 4
05 - Untitled 5
06 - Untitled 6
07 - Untitled 7
08 - Untitled 8

Zoe - Zoe

Zoé is the debut studio album by the Mexican alternative rock band Zoé.


  1. Asteroide (L. Larregui)
  2. Deja te conecto (L. Larregui)
  3. Miel (L. Larregui)
  4. Electricidad (L. Larregui)
  5. Razor blade (L. Larregui)
  6. Beat breaker (L. Larregui)
  7. Universo (L. Larregui)
  8. Conspirador (L. Larregui)
  9. Microscopio (L. Larregui)
  10. Infinito (L. Larregui)
  11. Random time (L. Larregui)
  12. Tarántula (L. Larregui)
  13. Haze girl (L. Larregui)

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Porcupine Tree - Up the Downstair

Up the Downstair is the second studio album by British progressive rock band Porcupine Tree, first released in May 1993. It was originally intended to be a double album set including the song "Voyage 34", which was instead released as a single in 1992, and other material that ended up on the Staircase Infinities EP (1994). In 2005, it was partially re-recorded, fully re-mixed, remastered and re-released along with the Staircase Infinities EP as a double album. The re-release contains a new mix by Steven Wilson, along with recorded drums by Gavin Harrison that replace the electronic drums of the original version. Steven Wilson has stated that the title of the album came from a line in the song "Voyage 34." Another re-release on vinyl was pressed on August 14th, 2008 on Kscope records. This is identical to the 2005 release, except it is printed on coloured vinyl.


Side one

  1. "What You Are Listening To..." – 0:58
  2. "Synesthesia" – 5:11
  3. "Monuments Burn into Moments" – 0:20
  4. "Always Never" (Wilson, Alan Duffy) – 6:58
  5. "Up the Downstair" – 10:03

Side two

  1. "Not Beautiful Anymore" – 3:26
  2. "Siren" – 0:52
  3. "Small Fish" (Wilson, Duffy) – 2:43
  4. "Burning Sky" – 11:06
  5. "Fadeaway" (Wilson, Duffy) – 6:19


Sol D' Menta - Sol D' Menta

Sol D'Menta is the eponymous debut album of the band of the same name. The album was released by Polygram on June 18, 1996. The album produced two singles: "Cachetera" and "Inconformes" that received heavy airplay on local radio stations. It also includes a cover of the famous song "Oubao Moin" originally sung by Roy Brown.


  1. "Cachetera" - 5:18
  2. "La Prieta" - 3:17
  3. "Skalamientos" - 5:50
  4. "Rosa" - 4:08
  5. "Vagabundo" - 4:01
  6. "Pepo Kaneka" - 2:43
  7. "No Te Me Sulfures" - 3:51
  8. "Inconforme" - 3:18
  9. "Falsos Profetas" - 3:19
  10. "Boquisucio" - 4:49
  11. "Oubao Moin" (Roy Brown, Juan Antonio Corretjer) - 8:51

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Porcupine Tree - Voyage 34: The Complete Trip

Voyage 34: The Complete Trip is a compilation album by British progressive rock band Porcupine Tree. It was originally released as a limited set of two 12" singles, Voyage 34 (Phase I. and II.) in 1992, and Voyage 34: Remixes (Phase III. and IV.), in 1993. The remastered edition entitled Voyage 34: The Complete Trip featuring all the four tracks was issued in 2000. A third remaster was published by Snapper Music in 2004, with expanded artwork including a new cover image. (This Digipak version also includes a hidden track at position 18:50 within track 4, after Phase IV ends at 13:42).[citation needed] It should be noted, that the track "Voyage 34" was originally recorded for the album Up the Downstair, but was dropped during the final production.

Despite being mostly instrumental, Voyage 34 can be considered a concept album, where the LSD trip of a young man called Brian is told with spoken words. Musically it is a unique fusion of progressive rock, psychedelic rock and trance music.


  1. "Voyage 34 (Phase I)" – 12:55
  2. "Voyage 34 (Phase II)" – 17:31
  3. "Voyage 34 (Phase III)" – 19:29
  4. "Voyage 34 (Phase IV)" – 20:45

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