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44

by The Mayan Factor

Where "In Lake 'Ch" would often bring about moments of dredg-like euphoria and Tool-reminiscent complexity, "44" instead retains a far more earthy feel. Very organic and distinctly rock and jam oriented
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. To Kill A Priest
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2. Terrorist
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3. Propaganda
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4. Hopi Elders
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5. Ventrilaquist
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6. Gosia
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7. Yesterdays Son
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8. Bondage
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9. A Red Gone Blue
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10. Jack Nicholson
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11. Recon
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12. Self Storage
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Mayan Factor functions as a solid cohesive unit throughout the entirety of the album, creating an immense sound that is both forceful and calming. The direct result of this dynamic in the band is that "44" is truly a journey album. Backed by expansive tribal leanings with flairs of progressive earth rock, the album slowly yet surely transverses from track to track along a smooth continuous path, never allowing the listener a chance to get lost in disjointed songs or compositions. No track stands out among the rest; they all contribute to the overall sound and concept of the album instead of diverting attention away from it by relying on one or two songs to carry it. Each song is a treat all in itself, interacting not only with the listener, but with the other songs as well.

What makes The Mayan Factor so unique in the modern rock world is their ear for completeness. Whereas other bands attempt to pursue several different ideas within the same album and inevitably end stifled by their own creative force and left with a premature work of art, The Mayan Factor have perfect timing and are able to set their listener on a sonic journey through a multitude of landscapes and return full circle with a satisfying conclusion. "44 leaves no ends untied and never has an unfulfilling moment, as every aspect of the album is fully fleshed out and appropriately closed. As the final moments of 'Self-Storage' wind down, one can only applaud the craftsmanship that The Mayan Factor employ over the hour long adventure.

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Danny

Masterful
This is easily oneof the five best CD's that I have ever heard. The lyrics are very deep and poetic and the music is outstanding. It would take me forever to put into words how good this CD is. Radically different from their first CD, but it's a change for the better. If you like music, then it's pretty much impossible not to like this album. I'd give anything to see them live. 5 stars isn't enough. I don't know how many stars I'd have to give this album to do it justice. One of the best albums that I have ever heard. You will not be disappointed.
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Greg

Awsome
I love this cd! And I love the Myan Factor... I bought the first Mayan Factor CD from CD BABY w/o ever hearing them before... Both CD's are great and I have since seen TMF live... COME BACK TO PA!!!!!
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Alda

This music is a promise.
A promise that there are truly creative beings out there making music as art and not commodity. This blows away any current modern rock act hemmoraging our ears and radio aping the grunge of yesteryear. Bands likr this and Wintersleep and Dredg, etc...If this is what the future holds for music, then I'm sticking around. Damn.
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Brian Petzke

On par with the first
No sophomore slump here...this album is just as good and in some aspects better (seems a bit more focused, though some may find it more "boring")as their first album. Better than anything you'll hear on the radio or see on MTV. Don't finish reading this, go buy it.

You're still reading, jerk.
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Tanya


This guys has made GREAT hard work!And I love all of them and greatly appreciate their music.I'm proud all of them - they are rocking!Don't you think so?Try to deny this - never!
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Francois Stas

Oh my God...
Oh my God... Can't wait for the next album. Want to see them live!
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Ben

Even better than the first
The Mayan Factor continues to impress
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Luke Neville

The greatest thing I have ever purchased.
This album is the single greatest cd I have ever pruchased, and I own a lot. Off to order their second album "44", this band is just brilliant.
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gabi

fantastic
i hope i can hear the wonderful song hopi elders live soon here in germany...
a great cd.
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Ryan


This CD like thier other is amazing. I first heard TMF at Sonar 10 bands 2 stages and their music really stunned me. I got both of their albums and have been listening to them since December...I can't wait for Heaven and Hell.

oh yeah one more thing...BUY THIS ALBUM!
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