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3.0 out of 5 starsInteresting, but...30 Aug 2005
By C. Mayer - Published on Amazon.com
Being a huge fan of TMV i bought this single for Bible & the Breathalyzer thinking it's some unreleased song. I had no expectations of it being as good as Fraces the Mute on the Widow single but wanted to check it out. I was pretty dissapointed to find that B&B is just a spoken word track, Cedric is an extremely unique writer, but i really was hoping for some new tasty licks. Other than that L'Via is a totally bitchin' song and the video is frickin' frackin' wild.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 starsWOW THIS IS STRANGE!15 Oct 2005
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this cd looking for some so called different music, and this turns outto be just that! The bible and the breathlizer is not very good because the guy is all blah blah blah. Its a spoken word song, so its a story. But la via is somthing else. Its so cool it has all the tempo shifts from rock to salsa english to spanish and it spans to over 15 minutes. But even though it is long, it seems to be over before you know it. Put the two together and it spans like a mimi epic.
5.0 out of 5 stars"Solo Tengo, Uno Hora, Y Me Duermo, Terminado..."9 Dec 2006
By Renfield - Published on Amazon.com
L'via is one of the best songs written by TMV. IT is on the FRANCES THE MUTE, runs 12 minutes long. THe CD single (even though I don't own it) has the b-side called "The Bible And The Breathalyzer), which is a 15-minute song, but is not really great. One thing though- If you want the song in full, get the FTM album.