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This is the first full length for this seminal post punk act and a must for any collection.


1. Alpha Centauri
2. Chanbara
3. Hulahoop Wounds
4. Napolean Solo
5. Pickpocket
6. For Now .. We Toast
7. A Devil Among The Tailors
8. Shaking Hand Incision
9. Lopsided
10. Hourglass
11. Transatlantic Foe

Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 18, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Fearless Records
  • ASIN: B00000BKBR
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,569 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Chris Edwards on January 7, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Okay, so Sparta is generally acknowledged as a great band and the Mars Volta are called geniuses. I dunno...I've got the records, and they're alright, but nothing can beat the albums that members of the two aforementioned groups put out under the name At the Drive-In. All of the records rocked, seriously, but "In Casino Out" is probably the band's most intense musical statement, and one of the most intense records I can remember hearing.

On "In Casino Out," the twin-guitar attack of Jim Ward and Omar Rodriguez sizzles--their jagged and angular post-punk riffage (rock critic analogies abound when describing these guys) propels so many of the songs into classic territory, like the dissonant "Pickpocket" and the lumbering syncopated riffs of "Lopsided." Even more conventional tunes like "For Now...We Toast" sound revolutionary, and that's also due to Cedric Bixler's vocalization and lyrics. The songwriting is superb, and even though many of the lyrics read like pissed-off tone poems, with very abstruse pronouncements, every tune has something in it, emotionally, that the listener can identify with. The mostly delicate, meticulous "Napoleon Solo" is one of the most beautiful songs the group ever recorded. Right when Cedric hisses "Cut and paste/Are you sitting down?," your attention is grabbed. I don't think rock 'n' roll was ready for a band as intense as At the Drive-In and I don't think we'll ever hear another band like this again.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Alec Rojas VINE VOICE on February 16, 2002
Format: Audio CD
More refined than Acrobatic Tenement and without Ross Robinson's influence on Relationship of Command, In Casino Out is the quintessential release of At the Drive-In. An extremely raw and jagged album, In Casino Out is a true feel for the now-legendary band At the Drive-In, showing their punk rock roots and increadible ability to write driving, akward melodies.
In comparison to their other releases, In Casino Out is one of their best and most honest releases. While Relationship of Command is an excellent release under any standards, Ross Robinson's influence on the band made it more aggressive and smooth than any other release, a sign of a good producer. In Casino out, however, is as powerful, or more powerful, than the latter. Songs like "Chanbara" rely greatly on the proficiency of the two guitarists and their unique styles of playing, while a song like Alpha Centauri deals greatly with their ability to change the tempo of the song in between segments of it. The band's full ability can be seen on this record, not yet polished yet unrestrained and at their cataclysmic best.
This cd is my personal favorite out of all the releases, smoking the competition and providing a great staple of the sound of rock to come. Pick up a copy if you are already familiar with the At the Drive-In sound
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By LeftManOut on August 6, 2006
Format: Audio CD
At The Drive In have long been praised as one of the most innovative and extraordinary groups in music. However there was a time in their career when they were just finding their footing and growing into the monster they would become. The trial stage was "Acrobatic Tenement", but with this, their sophomore album "In/Casino/Out", At The Drive In displayed what they have been known for, for years now : Amazing song-writing. If you're not familiar with the early stages that the band went through to get to where they were, then this is of the utmost importance to listen to. Not just that, but it is even more evidence as to why At The Drive In was easily one of the best bands of the last 10 years, and one of the most inspirational and original groups to emerge in music.

"Alpha Centauri" opens the album in dizzying fashion, giving way to shattering guitar chords, frantic drumming, and a soulful performance by front man Cedric. Jim and Omar play off one another with interesting (and most impressive) guitar structures and progressions, that at most times will leave your jaw on the floor. However they are only complimented by Paul's rumbling bass lines and Tony's outlandish drumming. And this is just the first song. Don't get comfortable, because as quickly as "Alpha Centauri" ends, the jarring, schizophrenic "Chanbara" kicks in showcasing its wild yells, interesting drumming and excellent lyrics. You can hear a bit of Mars-Volta-ish style vocals during the verse, which was a sign of things that would come in the future after At The Drive In's break-up. But just as quickly as the band can floor you with the powerful tracks, driving numbers like "Napoleon Solo" and "Hourglass" show how diverse they can get at the drop of a hat. However I wouldn't say this is a difficult listen at all.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By BEnny on October 10, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Until recently I thought that the nineties was the decade music died. I lost hope in all new music as it was all recycled garbage. I never got into any of the music other people liked so I just stuck to classic music (the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, etc.) That is until my uncle told me about a little knwn band called At The Drive-In. He labeled them as "Rage Against the Machine", but without soul. How wrong he was. I went out and bought Realtionship of Command at Wal-Mart and put it on my stereo once I got home. My eardrums were bombarded with music, the likes of I had never heard. I listened to the CD constantly and I knew I needed more. I went out and bought this 1998 release, In/Casino/Out. This album is equally as good as Relationship if not better. It has heavy hitting songs like most of the songs on Relationship, but it also has more thoughtful songs than Relationship. "Hourglass" and "Transatlantic Foe" are masterfully crafetd songs and rank among (in my opinion) the best of all time. If you have lost faith in new music, or are just looking for somethingnew and different, buy this album.
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