Right up there with Re and Cuatro Caminos as top tier Tacuba. Loses a star for the insultingly awful packaging. One of the perks of buying a CD as opposed to just downloading an album is getting to peruse the album art, see who played what, maybe follow along to the lyrics. This is barely one step up from wrapping the CD in crumpled old newspaper and scrawling the name across it in faded sharpie. There's no booklet, virtually no info, ..