Aprendí is Volaño's 2nd studio album, and comes after a six-year recording hiatus from Marco Pasillas. Perhaps as a result of having to start again from scratch, Pasillas looked to groovier and earthier compositions, while recruiting Italian composer and keyboardist, Sal Ingrilli for help on the industrial funk of 'Looking for a Fix' and the pulsing, haunting beauty of 'Bane of Silence'. The entire album, in fact, presents a very cohesive-sounding fusion of electronic sounds and traditional acoustic instrumentation. The string arrangements swell on the album opener 'The Mischosen One' and the secularly sacred feelings of 'Need for it Still', whilst instilling a sense of cinematic qualities to the album. Spanish influenced guitar contributions to 'Un Quebrador Asesino' from former Camel Toe bandmate Cel Pasillas, shift the music into a kind of futuristic rumba, complete with bubbling electronic parts and a characteristically expansive Volaño arrangement. Rick Baeza's keyboard solo on the dreamy 'Losing the Fight', round out the outside contributions, which helped fuel the "dis-ambiguous" nature of the lyrical content of most tracks. Pasillas' richly mournful vocals on the equally mournful 'The Elephant Man' closes the record with a sense of wavering dread and excitement that keeps you on edge and finally, let's you go. Aprendí takes creatively inspiring liberties with the base principles of latin, rock, hip-hop and electronic music, fusing these elements into a rich, immersive impression that continues to reveal deeper and more fulfilling nuances with each repeated listen.