(8-10) I enjoy this song because I first heard it on a cartoon! The tempo was just perfect that makes me feel like a Mexican hero. It plays well without a singer in it too!
With the great instrumentals, "Minas de Cobre" weaves a wonderfully complex picture that is sure to inspire. I really enjoyed the complex imagery that it paints, a large thriving mexican metropolis, possibly ancient or even modern. The pacing or tempo almost makes it seem like the audience is flying through this colorful active city from a birds eye view. This heavily reminds me of the city that was portrayed in the movie "Coco" since with the complex guitar, a heavily used instrument in Spanish music, plays throughout the song. This goes hand in hand with the other instruments which blend together to form a sort of musical tapestry since there are a variety of tones. Though rare, the only qualm I have with the song would be is that it doesnt resonate with me on a personal level. Overall the song shows extreme talent and artistic skill on the part of the musician. Eight out of ten.
Right off the bat, I would give this song 10. I like the slow and soothing beginning of the song as if a story is about to begin. It has a particular sound that not all musicians could try to emulate. The track just reminds me of a time when music was iconic to listen to, and no one could judge you. That violin was pretty cool, when the song got a bit more intense later on. Even the trumpet had a really good and fitting roll in the song. The rhythm itself just gives me chills just thinking about it. Overall, an amazing and unique track, despite this one not having lyrics. That's just my personal opinion.