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  • Summary: The moody Spanish indie-rockers return with 'The Incredible Adventure,' which has a greater emphasis on instrumental tracks than their previous four discs.
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  1. The band's most realized effort to date -- a brilliant amalgam of dense future-primitive soundscapes and heartbreaking twilight flourish, bolstered by curveball arrangements and a sense of unified purpose.
  2. You've heard all these elements before, but never quite this way.
  3. La Increíble Aventura doesn't quite equal the sheer power and range of the band's best albums (2001's Arde, in particular), but it's a powerful statement nonetheless, capturing one of Spain's greatest exports at their darkest and most ferocious.
  4. While there are some excellent moments on La Incredible Aventura, it feels more like a transitional album than a fullfilled vision.
  5. Why is Migala so gun-shy? Why have they settled for plod over fireworks, for stasis over excitement?
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