¡Tre! succeeds most as an exercise in influence-dropping and self-recycling, with a glimmer of inspiration here and there.
There are songs on the record that could be used against the band if they consider re-entering the studio at any point in the future.
¡Tré! turns out to be a stumble backwards, and a summary of the trilogy’s shortcomings.
It’s difficult to recommend ¡Tré! in its own right, and the smart move is probably to cherry pick the tracks you want rather than shell out for the whole thing, and that is surely the most damning judgment you can make on such a grand concept.