Tira Me A Las Aranas
Tira Me A Las Aranas works as a good introduction for the astounding Drunkship of Lanterns.
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There are no actual words or lyrics for this song. All I can really
tell you is that the words are loosely translated to "Throw me to the
It doesn't seem to be a reference to what is happening
to Cerpin at that exact moment, but more like a reference to his travel
in the Intertiatic ESP where the spiders crawled all over him and went inside him.
The song starts with ambient noises that continue throughout the composition.
A western, almost banjo, sounding guitar comes in and twangs away at
its little riff. Eventually (not too long, the song is only 1:29) some
underwater echoes come into the scene, and in the last 3 seconds of the
song, it builds into a climax.
I won't lie to you, this is
definitely my least favorite song on the album. I just really don't feel
that it sounds all that great. Luckily it is really short, and it does
work great as an intro for the next song.
With that being said, let's continue to the Next Chapter of the Mars Volta Story.
The De-loused In The Comatorium 100% Complete Song Translation Guide Is Here!
Although my online album review that is free on this site has many great
interpretations, it only gives definitions for about 100 of the lines in
If you haven't heard about it already, I've written a vast expansion
onto this interpretation. After writing this guide, you guys were so
excited about it, that I was encouraged to take it even further and
write interpretations for every single line in the album.
deeply into the storybook that Cedric Bixler-Zavala wrote, into the
album, and drew from every resource that I could find to create book
that translates and describes every line in the book.
This project is called the "Deloused In The Comatorium Song Translation Guide", and you can find it here for purchase.
The De-loused In The Comatorium Song Translation Guide has multiple interpretations for all 400+ lines and lyrics contained within this incredible album.
Do you have any alternate interpretations from De-loused in the Comatorium?
You now have a chance to make your voice your opinion, whether you just have a line that just really gets you, or an entire song interpretation.
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About The Writer
My name is Andrew Muller. I love creative art, music, television shows, movies, video games, and a good story.
If you had to find me somewhere, you would probably find me down at O'neils home cooking eating an organic sweet-potato bun breakfast sandwich with ham.
Among my friends, it's a "Muller Classic Move" to eat Mcdonald's at 2am because it's cheap and open 24/7. The joke here is that I'm an idiot.
I play drums, guitar, piano, and I write & perform music for My Goal Is Telepathy. Take a listen to the latest sound here.