The Frances the Mute LP pressing is a must-have for fans of progressive rock. This is the second studio album from The Mars Volta, an American band known for pushing the boundaries of musical expression. Released in 2005, the album was produced by guitarist and songwriter Omar Rodriguez-Lopez and features a unique mix of styles, including dub, ambient, Latin, and jazz.
For the first time on record, the album includes bassist Juan Alderete and percussionist Marcel Rodriguez-Lopez, adding a new level of depth to the band's sound. Additionally, saxophonist Adrián Terrazas-González makes his debut with the band on this album, offering his signature style that would later become a staple of The Mars Volta's live shows.
This LP pressing of Frances the Mute is a perfect addition to any vinyl collection, capturing the essence of a band that refuses to conform to traditional musical norms.