Who Sang Inertiatic ESP? The Mars Volta

The Mars Volta De‐Loused in the Comatorium cover art
Release information
Release Date: 2003-6-23
length: 4:24
producer: Rick Rubin
performer: Isaiah “Ikey” Owens, Omar Rodriguez‐Lopez, Cedric Bixler‐Zavala, Flea, Jeremy Michael Ward and Jon Theodore
mixer: Rich Costey
recording engineer: David Schiffman
co-producer: Omar Rodriguez‐Lopez
additional recording engineer: Andrew Scheps
bass guitar: Flea
assistant engineer: Darren Mora and Phillip Broussard
Now I'm lost

Last night I heard lepers
Flinch like birth defects
It's musk was fecal in origin
As the words dribbled off of its chin

It said I'm lost
I'm lost
Now I'm lost

Dolls wreck the minced meat of pupils
Cast in oblong arms length
The hooks have been picking their scabs
Where wolves hide in the company of men

It said
I'm lost
I'm lost
Now I'm lost

Are you peaking in the red
Perforated at the neck
What of this mongrel architect
A broken arm of sewers set
Past present and future tense
Clipside of the pinkeye fountain

Now I'm lost

It's been said
Long time ago
You'll be the first and last to know
You'll never know

CD 1
  • 1 Son et lumière
  • 2 Inertiatic ESP
  • 3 Roulette Dares (The Haunt of)
  • 4 Tírame a las arañas
  • 5 Drunkship of Lanterns
  • 6 Eriatarka
  • 7 Cicatriz ESP
  • 8 This Apparatus Must Be Unearthed
  • 9 Televators
  • 10 Take the Veil Cerpin Taxt
  • 11 Ambuletz

  • Release information
    label: Universal Records
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: CD
    barcode: 602498604601
    script: Latin