The best unheralded Spanish (or European?) band of all times, LA JR, are led as usual by Frank, Rafa and Borja as the ultimate Dadaist-pop ensemble. There is no exact definition for the word 'dada' and there are no exact words to describe the multifariousness of LA Jr. 17 animales is a work of dark Atmospheric Lounge, Trance Kraut-Rock groove or just anti-jazz-folk, as we like to name it: This is to music what assemblage is to art; an overlaying of diverse, motley materials; it sounds like porcelain, wood, glass and it squeaks even though it doesn't sound like squeaking. Pendulum-like piano playing, husky basses, humming from the tide of the keyboards, every element bursts into bubbles. 17 animales is an ultra-contemporary album about Death, Sex and the slight possibility of turning Life into Art and back again.