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In/Casino/Out

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Alpha Centauri
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Chanbara
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Hulahoop Wounds
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Napoleon Solo
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Pickpocket
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For Now.. We Toast
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A Devil Among the Tailors
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Shaking Hand Incision
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Lopsided
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Hourglass
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Transatlantic Foe
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 38:35

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04.22.11
At The Drive-In, In-Casino-Out
2011 | Label: Fearless Records / The Orchard

"In a small ghost town, there's a little arcade/ Where the poltergeists play their video games/ At the top of the roof he says/Game over," wails Cedric Bixler in "Hulahoop Wounds," one of the rawest, hardest tracks on At the Drive In's not-exactly-laid-back third album. That sense of desolation fuels In-Casino-Out, which tackles the entropy the band feels encroaching upon them in essentially two ways: with hugely ambitious word puzzles that make more emotional sense… read more »

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Raw energy in both performance and music has not recently been captured by a band quite the way At the Drive-In does. Anyone who has experienced their live show knows just what this five-piece rock/punk/emo band from Texas is capable of. The music takes a lot from driving melodic punk riffs, meshed together with quieter interlocking note-picking. With the catchy yet powerful music comes extremely forceful, heartfelt, and intense vocals that you can just feel the passion exploding from. Lyrics are often abstract and personal, but not too far gone. This is a must-have for just about anyone — if you buy it and aren’t fully amazed, just go see them live and the album will take on an entirely new meaning for you. – Blake Butler

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