Relationship Of Command

by At The Drive In

(2000) Grand Royal

Description At The Drive In's furiocious adrenaline is clearly proven on this album.With enough tempo changes to keep the listener entertained.
Posted By Jason Henderson (5681)
Directory Recordings: Rock/Pop
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On 3/23/2003, Jason Henderson (5681) posted:
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This album hits you hard on the last track with a rush full of inside anger that just bowels out and doesn't let go until the last track of the album. At The Drive In would soon break up after this album was created, and it is seen why inside this album. There are sound changes in teh middle of a song, and the world between experimentalism and rock collide. The band certainly had an intensity that fiered up through audiences and boom boxes. The first five tracks of the album are pure rock songs, and from then on the band goes back and forth from all different sorts of places. This album is most definetly a good album, with its poetic lyrics and emotional driven music, this album is definetly worth the pickup.