Dos Dedos Mis Amigos is one of those albums that's
really hard to dislike. If you don't care for a song, wait
a few minutes. There's sure to be one just around the corner
that you like. And, it's not a Top 40 Pop kind of like.
This techno-rock opus really looks to open the mind of the
listener. It's refreshing to find an album that doesn't try
to warp the mind with antisocial themes. Each song is layered
with odd sounds and samples and the rhythm of the album has
a good flow. The songs don't degrade or promote antisocial
behavior. It's almost a surprise to listen to lyrics written
to elevate your thought.
While the vocals are nothing great, they have their own charm,
fitting into the whole scheme of PWEI's sound. With
the wide variety of sound on each track, it's hard to give
a few standout songs. At any given time, you're sure to like
any and all of these songs.
If you're fond of Prodigy and God Lives Underwater,
then grab this album. It's the kind of album that truly defines
the term cross-genre.