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Doom Patrol

Omar Rodriguez-Lopez

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1
Chew, Devour
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez
3:10
2
Tight Mess Boys
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez
3:40
3
Maggot Breath
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez
4:44
4
Cruelty Restores Order
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez
2:17
5
Necroplasty
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez
2:55
6
In Case of Emergency, Die Slowly
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez
4:34
7
Washed Heel Flip
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez
4:15
8
Voraz
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez
5:07
9
Circuitry of Team Rash
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez
4:13
10
Dressed for a Stabbing Museum
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez
5:18
Total Playing Time    40:13
Omar Rodríguez-López is best-known as a member of The Mars Volta and guitarist for alternative rock legends At the Drive-In. His unique use of dissonance, chromaticism and improvisation has also won him considerable success outside of these projects, seeing him collaborate with numerous artists from John Frusciante to El-P to Erykah Badu. One of the most prolific musicians working in popular music today, Doom Patrol is Rodríguez-López's forty-eighth release as a solo artist.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Ipecac Recordings Studio Masters

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