1. Madre Tierra (8:08) 2. El Charango Perdido (4:57) 3. El Mensajero (3:07) 4. Danza Celta (3:39) 5. Luz de Luna (3:32) 6. Andaluces (4:09) 7. Antares (3:15) 8. Desapareciendo (5:19) 9. La Ley de la Vida (3:37) 10. Medusa (7:03)
FLOR DE LOTO's prog style is based on a solid confluence of various sources: jazz, hard rock, psych-rock, Andean folk, chamber. The final result is somewhat similar to classic JETHRO TULL in places, but all in all, the typical South American ethnic flavors are heavily featured in a unique way. While keeping itself busy on stage presentations, the band started to create new material, oriented toward jazz fusion, clearly under Pérez's refurbishing influence. The eventual result was the sophomore release "Madre Tierra" (May 2007), which according to many, surpasses the debut album regarding compositional focus and arrangements. In the meantime.