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  • Audio CD (6 Dec. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: V2
  • ASIN: B00069KFIC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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Format: Audio CD
AT THE DRIVE-IN - VAYA
Commonly known as the height of this Mexican hardcore five piece's career is their third and final album, 'Relationship of Command'. I disagree. This predecessor release, a seven song EP, may be a few tracks short of an album, but we're always taught it's quality not quantity, and this CD is precisely that: quality.
I can't put my finger on the reason, but you couldn't simply add a few more tracks and release this as an album. It's seven songs, no more, no less. While their albums always seem to flow perfectly from start to finish with variation and strength, this is more simply a collection of songs that each stands by itself without question. That is far from a bad thing; packed with jumping riffs, smooth basslines and a good vocal range, every song on this EP is full of its own charms. The cryptic lyrics are back on form with the singalong chorus on opening track 'Rascuache' (however you pronounce that) consisting of the line "Pacemaker pace yourself!" Singer Cedric Bixler Zavala shows off his talent much more than in the shoutathon 'Relationship ..', especially in final track '198d', where his voice is the leading instrument through a slow deep song. Genius guitarist Omar A Rodriguez Lopez is on top form too with memorable upbeat riffs on all the first four tracks. Every track has its own personality, rather than just being a small step in a long album. To release just these seven songs together showcases their brilliance in a better way. The only small letdown is '300 MHz' which suffers from a lumbering chorus. But they're only human.
The varied style here shows much progression from their first punk outing, showing they are unafraid to let their imagination run wild. The only broad genre you can stick this under is 'Rock'; no other word can succeed in labelling it. But who cares about that, just listen to it and that's all you can do.
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This 7 track EP is At the Drive-in at their best. It has a much warmer sound than the follow up to this record (Relationship of Command), and the lyrics and vocal delivery of the first track (Rascuache) really blew me away. It took me a while to get into this record, but it was worth the effort. The thing i really like about this band is the way they always try and innovate in their guitar playing and create the most original and inspiring melodies. Atd-i are a great band and this along with Relationship of Command are two of the best emo-punk records released in years. Highly reccomended.
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Format: Audio CD
The first at the drive-in album I purchased and it still remains my favourite. Relationship of Command and In/Casino/out are brilliant but there is something about this album that really gets to me. Maybe it is the Roman/space travel imagery of the second track with its screamed verse/chorus, maybe it is the chorus of the third track that sticks in your head. Who knows and who cares, just buy it and find out for yourselves.
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Despite only 7 tracks lasting just under 25 minutes 'Vaya Ep' is a powerful predecessor to 'ROC'. While almost completely overshadowed by the follow up album; 'Vaya' provided that all important stage after 'In/Casino/Out' that allowed them to experiment with certain aspects of their style. The slightly different beats and a slightly faster pace on some of the tracks can be recognised as the all important style of 'Relationship Of Command'.
A lot of the work on the album appears to be very unrefined and a little time in the studio could have cleaned up the tracks to a standard worthy of standing alongside 'ROC'; despite this the strong mix of guitars and vocals with that original ATD-I sound are still strong. This is certainly clear on "300 MHz" and "Proxima Centauri" which, along with "Ursa Minor" and "Heliotrope", are closer to the 'ROC' sound and make up the strongest tracks of the album, while "198d" and "Rascuache" sound more like the previous work 'I/C/O' and may even have been left out tracks that didn't make the grade. Add to the list "Metronome Arthritis" (Probably the weakest track of the 7) and you have 'Vaya'.
Doesn't sound too appealing, but stick it in between playing 'I/C/O' and 'ROC' and you'll see why 'Vaya' is an essential album for any ATD-I fan. "300 MHz" personally sits among "Catacombs", "Incetardis", "Mannequin Republic" and "Transatlantic Foe" as ATD-I greats. Despite the quality (as mentioned) doing these tracks a great injustice they still shine through if your prepared to give them the chance of a few listens before you'll realize the full effect 'Vaya' could have.
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This was the precurser to Relationship..... realeased in 1999. The songs are excellent, so don't be put off because there are only 7 tracks.My personal favourite is '198d' which is probaly the closest atd-i will get to a ballad. In short, buy this e.p NOW.
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