At the Drive-In Lyrics


In Nov. '94, at.the.drive.in's first 7", "Hell Paso"
(Western Breed) was released on the band's own label. The
following month, the band trekked 2,000 miles across the
great state of Texas on their very first tour. In June of
'95, after a member change, ATDI's second single, "Alfaro
Vive, Carajo" (Western Breed), showed the progress the band
had made in such a short time. A '81 Ford Econoline was
purchased and the band hopped in and headed out on a 42
day/10,000 mile US tour.

People began to take notice, friends were made. (These More...




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Just wondering | Reviewer: Jacky
    ------ About the song Chanbara performed by At the Drive-In

Might "carterize" be "cauterize"? I'm unfamiliar with the term "carterize", though considering the band I suppose that's not too uncommon. Anyway, I think that Cedric sounds like he's saying "cauterize", and this would make more sense considering the following words, "solder gun"; solder is a bit like cauterizing metal.

Best band that never was | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Metronome Arthritis performed by At the Drive-In

At the drive In was one of those bands that broke up FAR FAR too quickly. As much as I love Mars Volta it is no At The Drive In.
This song is perfect in so many ways.
I tip my hat off to the ex members of At The Drive In...

. | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Star Slight performed by At the Drive-In

ATDI's shortest song and the best off of Acrobatic Tenement. I wish they'd used the dual vocal arrangements like this later on.

Oh and @ the person who said the lyrics are wrong, they aren't. Jim sings the first 3 lines over and over, Cedric shouts lines 4-12 over Jim's singing.

Brilliant | Reviewer: Omar Ramlugon
    ------ About the song Embroglio performed by At the Drive-In

A fantastic tune from one of the finest post-hardcore bands that ever existed. Although rough around the edges, the guitars crash by in a ringing tumble, with the bass leaping around behind it all, and Cedric Bixler-Zavala's lyrics burst with emotion.
Awesome.

slight error | Reviewer: kenz
    ------ About the song Enfilade performed by At the Drive-In

meet us at the corner of fifth and pontiac (and)make sure that no one else is with you, if you wish to see them alive again

he says (and) make sure that no one else is with you

great song | Reviewer: jonsi padelldrison
    ------ About the song Embroglio performed by At the Drive-In

this song is a fast rough and tumble memorial song from at the drive in's early days. the memorial is going out to Cedric and Omar's artist friend Julio Venegas who commited suicide by jumping into traffic. Julio was a painter and musician who "lived life to the fullest" his arms where full of scares from shooting up rat poison (strictnine to trip balls) and other drugs. is that a full life?
heavy drug use and a dramatic suicide?
i guess that just depends on your meaning of life


Diference | Reviewer: Dafny
    ------ About the song Take Up Thy Stethoscope And Walk performed by At the Drive-In

My God!This version is so diferent from the other!Is it "used spoon" or "greasy spoon"?I'm as confusing as the music.But great music!Like all from the mastres of Pink Floyd!
Thanks,animals.

wrong | Reviewer: lauren deviine
    ------ About the song Star Slight performed by At the Drive-In

yeah thats not the right lyrics what so ever. im not sure what u must-ve been listening to, but it wasn't star slight

awesome | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Ticklish performed by At the Drive-In

this is one of my favorite at the drive-in songs for sure!


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