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At The Drive In

Acrobatic Tenement

Fearless 71

Released on August 1, 2000

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1996's scorch-up energy outpouring available again (and now as a Revolver exclusive). Eight acclaimed tracks that ring with intensity, power and honesty. Straight for the jugular, but with very soft hands.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 14 reviews (See Below)
Customer Rating

Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Star Slight Voted #1  21%
2 Schaffino  8%
3 Ebroglio  10%
4 Initiation Voted #2  18%
5 Communication Drive-In  7%
6 Skips on the Record  4%
7 Paid Vacation Time  2%
8 Ticklish Voted #3  15%
9 Blue Tag  7%
10 Coating of Arms  2%
11 Porfirio Diaz  7%
Come back on or after Tuesday, August 1 to vote for your favorite songs

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Zebulon from Malone, NY 
Feb 28 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Pretty good. Not the greatest sound quality. Sounds like it was recorded with "a turd with an antenna sticking out of it" as one of my friends would say. Starslight is a crazy song, good album

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Erik from Mound, MN 
Feb 12 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

polyphonic bliss man, this album is one of the most intense experiences ive had, their music is hard driving, technical, and beautiful buy this cd listen to track four and if you dont fall in love with these guys, then your an asshole with no taste in music.

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Andrew from Victoria, TX 
Dec 20 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A great indie rock album!!! ATDI is one of the greatest of all underground bands ever even though they are kind coming up to ground. They're not quite overground they're like half in between the underground and overground. There really more closer to underground. Its like the overground is too far to be considered it. You know actually i dont know what the fuck im talking about. You dont need me to tell u that this band rocks. every album put out is different from the other. Hmmmm what else can i say..... oh yea A Static Lullaby sucks! oh and so does AFI!

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Patrick from Dallas, TX 
Oct 9 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

At the Drive-In's Debut a masterpiece of an album, but the music is not as intenseas later albums but still shows hints of the greatness this band will become highlights tracks starslight initiation and coating of arms if you fucking like at the drive you'll love this album But if you don't like any of their stuf before relationship of command then you'll hate this.

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Jordan from Apo, AP 
Aug 16 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This CD is incredible. Even though I think that Relationship of Command is better, I would recommend that this album be purchased first because you need to hear this one in order to appreciate that one.. I know it doesnt make much sense, but you may understand after listening. So buy this CD then buy the other one, or just buy them both, or buy this if you already have the other one....

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Brock from Logan, UT 
May 13 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Holton Grossl here As you should all know AT THE DRIVE IN is the best FUCKING band in the world besides NOFX and this cd is no exception it was damn good. But i had to give this cd only 4 stars because as you know their lyrics, song names, and cd name make no damn sence i mean my god!!! what the hell "pigeon holed consusion" what the fuck where the hell did they make up those lyrics. and last weekend CEDRIC broke into my house and placed a piece of CHEESE up my dogs butt, as well as his weiner. but anyway i definately recomend the cd to anyone.

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Samuel from Louiseville, PQ Canada 
Jan 22 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

cé un des meilleur cd de At the drive-in ,si cé pas "le" meilleur caliss kié bon acheter moé sa tu suite vous manker dekoi!!!

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Brian from Ravenna, OH 
Jan 4 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I recently heard a couple of tracks that I sampled from this band, after deciding which CD's that would suit me the best, I decided this one. Every single track is filled with catchy riffs and fast paced music that isn't hard to get into at all. For anyone new and unfamiliar with ATDI, I reccomend this album.

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Sylvia from Cape Coral, FL 
Sep 25 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

At the Drive- In has to be the best band ever! Acrobatic Tenement is definitely proof of that. For those new to ATDI, I would probably go with Relationship of Command. Some great tracks on Acrobatic Tenement are "Star Slight", "Initiation", and "Embroglio". ATDI is one of my favorite bands and I would say that this is one of their best albums. Buy it now!!!!! At the Drive- In ROCKS!!!!!

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David from Fork Union, VA 
Apr 30 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is a good album but doesn't really come close to Relationship of Command. If you are looking for an ATDI album after hearing relationship, don't be surprised with this one. It's different but still has the same classic ATDI sound.

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