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francesthemute121
July 17th 2006


14 Comments


Excellent review man. Youre right about how no one understood what their saying, but what I like about ATDI if you dont know what Cedrics singing you just make up your own view on the lyrics and thats how they really connect with their listeners

El_Goodo
September 19th 2006


1012 Comments


Napoleon Solo is one of my favourite At The Drive-In songs other than that I haven't heard much of any album other than their last, any reccomendations?

Two-Headed Boy
October 14th 2006


4527 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Lopsided, Transatlantic Foe and Hourglass all raise the roof.

zabbit82
November 7th 2006


62 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

^^ Those plus Hullahoop Wounds, and Pickpocket.



Great review man. This album is fantastic, just behind RoC. The only song I skip off of this CD is A Devil Among the Tailors, otherwise the other 10 songs are amazing.

MrKite
November 9th 2006


5020 Comments


i really like Devil Among Tailors. Thanks to Iluvatar and iare for recomending this band. The vocals are WAY better than I expected.

randallflagg
December 10th 2006


10 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Hourglass and Transatlantic foe = Genius

Two-Headed Boy
December 23rd 2006


4527 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

2.5, ew.

armfarm
January 18th 2007


578 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

i always forget jim sings on hourglass

beautiful song tho

Tuan
January 22nd 2007


3 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

"Although generally, one of their other three major albums (Acrobatic Tenement, Relationship of Command, and the Vaya EP) are cited as their best work and/or works, after listening, In/Casino/Out refuses to be cast off as merely a great album in the back catalogue of At the Drive-In."



I like how you pointed that out, because i used to love relationship of command so much untill i heard this one. This one is more mellow which is what i love.

MyRamona
June 20th 2007


1098 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Okay someone help me out. the song 'chanbara' was on either a game, film, film trailor or something.....and I actually have no clue what it was. Can anyone shed some light on the matter?This Message Edited On 06.20.07

MyRamona
June 27th 2007


1098 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

This has by far overtaken RoC in my books. I think the lack of flashy production is what does it for me, so beautiful.



Best tracks : Chanbara, Napoleon Solo, Lopsided and Hourglass.This Message Edited On 06.27.07

SonicPixie
April 18th 2008


11 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I registered just to say:



A DEVIL AMONG THE TAILORS! (IS A FOOKIN TUNE)!



Why no love! It's not the best ATD-I song (nor the best on ICO- i'd give that to Lopsided) BUT.....



"HASTA LA VICTORIA SIEMPRE MANANA HAY MISA PARA LOS SORDOS" (don't know what it means btw)



What a moment, the musical build up to that line is orgasmic!



Love ATD-I. Roc has been my #1 for like 6 years, amazing, amazing album.

72haha72
September 30th 2008


444 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

"Hasta la victoria siempre, maƱana hay misa para los sordos" means: "Until victory forever, tomorrow there's church for the deaf"



I've been listening to this album nonstop lately, my fave songs are Chanbara, Hullahoop Wounds and Transatlantic Foe. Might raise this to a 4.5 soon, it's definitely a grower.

bustyagunz
September 30th 2008


911 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

of the album's I've given a 4.5, this has to be one of the top 2 or 3, nearly a classic imo and almost every bit as good as RoC

McP3000
September 30th 2008


3944 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

album is awesome



but it has nothing on RoC

NortherlyNanook
September 30th 2008


1285 Comments


It is pretty great.

AmICoolYet
December 14th 2008


37 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Napoleon Solo is my new favorite At the Drive-In song after revisiting this album.



"Makes no difference; our alphabet is missing letters!"

Such a powerful line there.

This Message Edited On 12.14.08

HUMGUY009
December 18th 2008


35 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Relationship of command was the first album I got, it took a while for me to get used to cedrics singing. In casino out was harder for me to get into but after the third listen I instantly loved it.

Bleak123
December 18th 2008


1901 Comments


yeah this is good

Yazz_Flute
December 25th 2008


18938 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I was really disappointed with this after how amazing RoC is tbh. I really liked Chanbara, Napolean Solo, Hourglass, and Transatlantic Foe but that's about it. I really don't like the production.



But w/e there's time for this to grow on me.



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