At the Drive-In- Relationship of Command

What do you get when you mix something that's actually very good with inconsistency and forgetableness? Well, that's what I like to call At the Drive-In's Relationship of Command. This record packs in some great, clean new-wave punk while at the same time not being "corporate rock" or emo. The only problem is, looking back on it, I could only remember three or four songs out of the ten on here. Fourtunately, the album is both produced and mixed very well (it is mixed by Andy Wallace, the same guy who did Nevermind by Nirvana.) This is for anyone who likes the quality punk that is absent from today's radio waves.

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Blogger squitiere said...

this is an absolutely great album. it is one of my top 10 favorites of all time. no one should be without this one.

all you mars volta and sparta fans owe it to yourselves to listen to this one; you will not be dissapointed, as this one will suit both tastes IMO.

7:48 PM  
Blogger Shim said...

It is a very good album.

I actually have all of their CDs and EPs, and their last CD (this one) is pretty much their best.

8:10 PM  
Blogger Antu said...

this is their best record!

12:27 AM  
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