Andres Escobar

Helpful votes received on reviews: 92% (34 of 37)
Location: Miami Beach, FL United States


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Homogenic ~ Björk
Homogenic ~ Björk
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Coming into the new world that Bjork is. I was very impressed to find myself with probably one the best CD's that I own in my collection. For years, I have thought that Bjork's music was nothing but weird "stuff". "Stuff" that I never thought was going to be as deep as it is.

I can clearly say that "Homogenic' is not an easy record. It's not easily likeable, and will not suit your ear on the first listen. This off course those not mean that the CD is not worth a listen, it means that this music is so "out there", so experimental, that your ears wont be able to handle it on a first time bases.

"Homogenic" it's the combination of passion, hatred, love and feelings that… Read more
Volta: Extra Tracks ~ Björk
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bjork's Volta, 8 May 2007
We all know that Bjork is no mainstream artist, we are also aware that her singles are not Top 40, however, we are also well aware that Bjork is the greatest artist from an import "little" island called Iceland and that her new record "Volta' is over the top.

The opener of the record "Earth Intruders" literally marches into your head-- (We Are The Earth Intruders/We Are The Earth Intrudes/Muddy and Twigs and Branches)--With African-tribe beats, drums and nice tempo beats it is easy to say that Bjork is going back to the mainstream world back in '95 with her release "Post", but since when have Bjork been mainstream? Bjork new beats are clearly more "mainstream", if you can call… Read more
t.A.T.u. - The Best ~ t.A.T.u.
t.A.T.u. - The Best ~ t.A.T.u.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars t.A.T.u. The Best..., 21 Sep 2006
After exactly one year of releasing their second album "Dangerous and Moving", t.A.T.u. comes back with a greatest hits collection. When I heard of this collection I was really confused, how can t.A.T.u., a band that has only released 2 albums, be able to release a greatest hits collection? As far as I'm concerned I thought you needed four to five albums to release a greatest hits collection, but I guess I was wrong.

This collection gathers 20 t.A.T.u. songs; 6 of which were released as singles; 2 from t.A.T.u.'s first album "200 KM/H In The Wrong Lane"; 4 from their second album "Dangerous and Moving"; 3 un-released remixes, the Russian Versions of "Not Gonna Get Us" and "All… Read more