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....or a thousand years as a sheep
on 5 August 2014
It's Zach De La Rocha and Jon Theodore...how could this not be an amazing EP. After years of no new material from RATM and when Theodore left The Mars Volta I truly believe that music was not as good, I'm not saying that the rest of TMV albums were bad or that Audioslave was a bad super-group, but it could never be the same without these two brilliant musicians. As soon as 'Wild International' kicks in La Rocha hits hard immediately banging out his usual standard of intelligent, well pieced together rapping that carriers throughout the album until his last syllable. As per Mr. Theodore lays down hard and funky grooves that power through each track without letting up, he is a true testament to drumming ability and drum fitness and when the two play together there is magic in the air. Unfortunately it was only a 5 track EP which left me gagging for me, but as a lover of what both these musicians have given to music I was thoroughly impressed with these songs.
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