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At The Drive-In: This Station Is Non-OperationalThis Station Is Non-Operational (2005)
Reviewer Rating: 4
Contributed by: KirbyPuckettKirbyPuckett
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One of the most prevalent, opinionated arguments when it comes to music is the prejudiced teeter-totter whether if a band should fade away into the dusty bins at used record stores or go out on top leaving their fans craving more. Some listeners have no quandary in continually listening to rehashed .
One of the most prevalent, opinionated arguments when it comes to music is the prejudiced teeter-totter whether if a band should fade away into the dusty bins at used record stores or go out on top leaving their fans craving more. Some listeners have no quandary in continually listening to rehashed material from better days in the careers of musicians. For example, pop-rockers Weezer devoured a five-year absence with their comeback "Green Album," although its sales were every bit as upbeat as the catchy singles, most agree the record and its predecessors do not hold up to legendary releases the "Blue Album" and Pinkerton. On the other side of the park, audiophiles bathe in the ideology that accompany timely exists, cementing the impact from the music forever into whatever history it may hold. Refused, Jawbreaker, and Kid Dynamite are a few modern acts that fit the end description, and while many yearn for reunion tours, fans can confidently assure themselves those renowned images will not be tarnished. In favor of El Paso, Texas' post-punk quintet At The Drive-In, it is particularly the latter, abruptly fracturing their vocation on the heals of their zenith release, with mainstream success overly imminent. By now, every ear as heard the story of how Sparta and the Mars Volta have formed polar opposites of each other's resonance and implement their paramount to carry on the ATDI crown.
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