The Ataris October in This Railroad Earth
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Spec
July 4th 2016


36290 Comments


cool why not

Atari
Staff Reviewer
July 4th 2016


26457 Comments


Some tracks I'd recommend: teenage riot, 01/15/96, hey kid, san dimas, fast times at drop-out high, in this diary, and up, up, down, down, left, right, B, A, start

Digging: My Bloody Valentine - Isn't Anything

botb
July 5th 2016


14504 Comments


their singer is the actual nicest most down to earth guy

MrGarland
July 5th 2016


215 Comments


Only ever listened to their Don Henley cover, which was interesting. Might see what the fuzz is about.

makeshiftlove99
July 6th 2016


50 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I don't remember him having such a raspy voice, but I love it.

Piripichotes
July 6th 2016


584 Comments


Honestly I think their best song is IOU one galaxy....
Gave this a listen... nah... not even gonna rate it.

Atari
Staff Reviewer
July 6th 2016


26457 Comments


IOU one galaxy is great, but there are several tracks from end is forever I like better.

@makeshift, yeah his voice was always a bit more raspy before so long astoria


EverythingAndLess
July 9th 2016


42 Comments


Never liked the Ataris stuff I heard before because the vocals had too much of that saccharine pop punk quality (I only heard a song or two off their older albums), but the singer's voice sounds really, really good on this. He's got a lo-fi grunge/alt rock thing going here that's working for the music.

"Slacker Rock" would fit in on the Mallrats soundtrack, and I mean that in the best way possible. This might be the first Ataris record I buy.

MikeAdriatic
July 9th 2016


33 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

i feel silver turns to rust the most on this release..







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