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  • Summary: The second album for the duo was produced by the two artists with John Leckie coproducing one song.
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  1. 11:11 reveals a true musical and sonic expansion without Rodrigo y Gabriela losing sight of their strength as an acoustic duo. Awesome.
  2. 11:11 is another winning showcase of exotic instrumental brilliance.
  3. While casual fans may miss the novelty of the duo’s more familiar classic-rock covers, these 11 originals show the duo expanding its sonic palette.
  4. Mojo
    80
    The sixth Dublin-based Mexican metalheads is an awesome thing in which every trick in the jard-rock manual is applied to the duo's Latin rhythms and acoustic wizardry. [Oct 2009, p.107]
  5. All in all, it's a pleasure to listen to. However, if guitar leads devoid of vocals is not your thing, then this is going to become background music very quickly.
  6. If you’ve ever been enticed by Spanish guitar, here’s your rock’n’roll introduction.
  7. 50
    Mainly they noodle through indeterminate world-music jams that’d feel equally ignorable at mud festivals and at ethnic restaurants.

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  1. Aug 11, 2014
    7
    Good record from the Mexican guitar wizards which never disappoints. The guitar playing is sublime as usual and its something you could listenGood record from the Mexican guitar wizards which never disappoints. The guitar playing is sublime as usual and its something you could listen to in the background all day. However the instrumental nature of the duo mean the style is limited and at the times its easy to get lost in where you are with the record. It can be a litte repetitive but in a groove kind of way. If you appreciate your guitar playing and are into instrumental albums, then its likely you'll really enjoy this. Expand

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