San Diego at night from the sea.

The odyssey of Ulises Santiago, an undercover FBI-DEA informant from 1975 to 1985 until he disappeared shortly after his last covert operation.

Odiseo is a concept album recorded by Dave Ryder and Dan McHugh from October of 2008 to August of 2010. It is a modern day version of Homer’s Odyssey, with the songs and storyline reflecting the events that occurred in Homer’s epic.

Here are the MP3s (320 kbps, DRM Free), which are free downloads offered under a Creative Commons license:

1. Black Light [Luz Funesto]
2. Border in our House [Frontera en Nuestra Casa]
3. Bring It On Home [Traerlo a Casa]
4. Some Animals [Algunos Animales]
5. Cold in America [Frio en America]
6. Opposites [Opuestos]
7. meXico
8. So Far Down [Muy Abajo]
9. LA Blues [Los Angeles Azules]
10. ESP [Percepcion Extra Sensorial]
11. Raise my Voice up to The Lord [Levantar la Voz a Dios]
12. Concrete Cowboy [Vaquero de Concreto]
13. Rime of the Ancient Mariner [Rima del Antiguo Marinero]
14. All My Loving [Todo Mi Amor]
15. Journeys End [Vajes Fin]

Some people have reported being unable to download the songs because Quicktime hijacks their browser and streams the MP3:
To save an Mp3 using Internet Explorer, right-click the song title and choose “Save Target As”.
Firefox users right-click and choose “Save Link As”.
Read this for more help if you are still unable to download the songs.
Dave Ryder rants about this issue on his blog.

Creative Commons License
Odiseo by Dave Ryder and Dan McHugh is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

About the album cover photograph:
Moon Monster by Ted
This photo of San Diego by sea at night was taken by Ted “Rufus” Ross.

This photo was a finalist in Wikimedia Commons Picture of the Year 2006.
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This is a featured picture on the Spanish language Wikipedia (Recursos destacados) and is considered one of the finest images.
This is a featured picture on the Turkish language Wikipedia (Seçkin resimler) and is considered one of the finest images.

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