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At The Drive In

Vaya

Fearless 30040

Released on August 3, 1999

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With momentum reaching a fevered pitch, El Paso's AT THE DRIVE-IN unleash seven brand new songs to keep the virus cooking. A 23:50 rip of sheer rock attack utilizing new effects and experiments to keep the tunes fresh. Constantly touring, constantly getting their butts sniffed by the majors.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 8 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Rascuache Voted #1  21%
2 Proxima Centauri Voted #3  14%
3 Ursa Minor  13%
4 Heliotrope  14%
5 Metronome Arthritis  14%
6 300 MHz  8%
7 198d Voted #2  17%
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Benjamin from Boston, MA 
Apr 2 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Now that the hype around "Relationship of Command" has proved to be undeserved, this EP is starting to sound pretty good. All the tracks included are there for a reason, and the band makes no promises it can't keep. If I'm not mistaken, guitarist Jim Ward shares more of the vocal duties here than he does on "Relationship", serving to ease the tension of Cedric's hyperactive delivery. The Afro-sporting band leader nevertheless pulls off a high-flying mouth stunt on "300 MHz", which simply has to be heard, period. Certainly a release that made At The Drive-In memorable.

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Matt from Mt. Martha, Australia 
Jan 28 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd fukin rocks. it's the second best at the drive in album ever, behind relationship of command. but nothings better than that album anyway. buy this sick mutha fuka right now. excuse me i'm just gonna go and make love to this album coz it's soo good

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Rob from Nashville, TN 
Aug 6 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is good stuff.ATDI is one of the most original bands youll ever hear.Better than everything on radio.Talent,good lyrics,great live show.What more could you want? Dont be stupid.Buy it now.

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Samuel from Louiseville, PQ Canada 
Nov 26 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is another great cd of At The Drive-In. Anyway all atdi cd's kick ass ...I prefer Acrobatic Tenement so Vaya is a fucking good cd go buy this cd !!! And get all others atdi's albums



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Brach from Woodbridge, VA 
Oct 19 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Well......it's At the Drive In........so of course it's going to kick ass. This is the first CD I bought by them and it was definatly not the last. I think you should buy it too.

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Mike from Arlington, VA 
Aug 17 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

don't you hate it when you discover this great band only to learn shortly after that they are no longer in existence? and i missed sparta on tour with thursday . . . anyway, this is a great ep. in comparison to relationship of command, vaya is rawer, and slightly rougher in production, but overall very similar in sound and energy. standout tracks include rascuache, proxima centauri, and the absolutely rockin heliotrope. my friends really hate these guys, but i think the mix of intelligent instrumentals, stop start rythms, and exceptional vocals make these guys an essential band. and although i would probably get relationship of command first, this is almost an excellent release for fans of creative melodic hardcore, post-punk (whatever the hell that is) fugazi, and general rockin out.

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Georges from Grand Falls, NB Canada 
Jul 15 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Awesome EP. Every track on it kicks ass. Lots of rockin out and weird song names. Best track is probably 'Proxima Centauri'. Omar's guitar work is as unique and innovative as ever and Cedric's vocals are searing, as always. If you like any of ATDI's other albums, this is a must-have in your collection.

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Joe from Los Altos, CA 
May 21 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

One of the best cd's i have ever heard. if you dont buy it, your missing out. Its similar to fugazi, these kids are such rockers!!!! They are very emotionally intenst,i love it!!!

 
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