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March of the Zapotec/Holland is a double EP by Beirut. March of the Zapotec contains music influenced by Zach Condon's recent trip to Oaxaca, Mexico. The Jimenez Band, a 19-piece band from Teotitlán del Valle, is backing Condon on this EP. March of the Zapotec also features one of Condon's favorite works, "The Shrew." Holland contains electronic music, credited to "Realpeople", one of Condon's pre-Beirut pseudonyms.

On January 23, the EPs leaked to file-sharing networks, and four days… read more



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  • Avatar for thrashdeth
    Very interesting part of it is zach's traditional folk trumpet sounding stuff the other half is electronic mix stuff still cool.
  • Avatar for fr3za
    It's hard to pick a favorite!!♥
  • Avatar for derapfelsaft
    2 CDs complètement différents, mais qui créent un album des plus merveilleux. vive beirut.
  • Avatar for ninetastic
    Holland is amazing [3] !!!
  • Avatar for woordenaar
    Holland is amazing!!@!
  • Avatar for florinutz
    all crap except for The Akara and The Shrew
  • Avatar for chegney
    OMG!! I love the song "No Dice"!!
  • Avatar for Miraclemunkee
    I agree with NationAstray. "No Dice", "Venice", "The Shrew", "My Night...", etc. are great tracks for wrapping up the album. I've always been a fan of "La Llorona" and downloaded the single instead of this entire release...Today, though, I ended up giving the entire album a full listen and totally got thrown for a loop with the electronic influences. Really brightened my day.
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  • Avatar for cyberfruit
    Holland is the superior of the two, imo. I can't really sit though March of the Zapotec.

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