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Vaya EP

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Seven of the best songs ever written by this Legendary El Paso Five Piece.

1. Rascuache
2. Proxima Centauri
3. Ursa Minor
4. Helioptrope
5. Metronome Arthritis
6. 300 MHz
7. 198d

Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 13, 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: EP
  • Label: Fearless Records
  • ASIN: B00000JKH2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #115,362 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Rich Routh on July 29, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Of all of ATDI's albums, I'd have to say this one is my favorite. It's short, yes, but each of the songs is of such a high quality you feel like you're getting more than just 24 minutes of music. Some of the songs, like Metronome Arthritis, 198d, and Rascuache, just totally knocked me out. Metronome Arthritis, in particular, is one of the best songs I've ever heard. The breakdown:
1) Rascuache- one of the best songs, it's a really good way to start off the album. It's pretty fast paced and very catchy. As always, Cedric's vocals shine, even if the lyrics to this song make even less sense than they normally do.
2) Proxima Centauri- a very interesting song, in the way is speeds up and slows down. The lyrics have something to do with ancient Romans in space and mention things like "spacesuit togas"- wierd, but cool.
3) Ursa Minor- I had heard this song before I bought the album and I loved it- it's another pretty catchy song. It might take some getting used to, since it's kind of offbeat, but it's another great song.
4) Heliotrope- I love the way this song starts off- the guitars ath the beginning are extremely cool. It stays pretty fast the whole way through and it's got some interesting lyrics- "Inseminating motives of a lukewarm persistence/Let the thieves in through the front door/Let them take what they've been missing."
5) Metronome Arthritis- my favorite. It starts off slow and bass-heavy, very ominous, and slowly builds to a stunning climax- "What if forensics find the answer?/What if they stole my fingerprints?/Where did I leave my book of matches?/We'll find you." It's got a great solo near the end and the lyrics are the best on the whole album.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Joan Michelson on August 30, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I don't have much to say, other than this album is freakin incredible. Sure, the lyrics make no sense, but they do add to the experience quite a bit. Listening to any of ATDI's songs without Cedirc singing would just sound wrong. He's kind of like another guitar....Anyway, onto this review. I don't want to think of any fancy words right now, so I'll just say that this album is very, very exciting and different. I've never heard anything like ATDI other than ATDI themselves. Every single song on this album sounds great to me. The only problem I had with it was that it was too short (something around 30 minutes long seems too short to me). Though, I'd much rather have quality than quantity, and they deliver on the former.
Rascuache - Starts with a bang, then slows and gathers some groove/funk, then ignites again into something awesome.
Proxima Centauri - Seems offbeat at first, but the more you listen to it, the more you start to like it.
Ursa Minor - Another one of the "odd" songs that sounds wrong at first, but then turns into something exhilarating. Really.
Helitrope - This song jumps out and hits you at the beginning. And it doesn't really stop hitting you, either.
Metronome Arthritis - This song starts very slow. It's kind of an anxious slow, though, and as it progresses, you can tell something's going to happen. And it will... :) Very nice drums on the last part, methinks.
300 Mhz - Instantly very dynamic, it starts with a bang (as most songs on this album do). This is another song that sounds wrong the first time you listen to it. It grows on you, though, but slower than the rest. And for those who don't know, Cedirc isn't saying weird things in the middle - they reversed a track of his voice (At least, that's my theory).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 29, 2001
Format: Audio CD
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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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By David on April 26, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Now, you have music, and then there's At The Drive-In! This album contains the secret to the new light of music. Everyone contained in the "I love what's on MTV" genre would break through to the real music once they here this. This album is very hard to not listen to. If you had one bit of knowledge, you would buy this album just in respect to ATDI for creating such great music.
Surgeon General Warning!: listening to this album may result in open-mindedness, trying to sing along, and repeatitive playing.
P.S. DO NOT PLAY THIS ALBUM OUT!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By matt bobby on March 23, 2001
Format: Audio CD
i can only give this 5 stars? id give it 20.i listen to alot of music and this 7 song masterpiece gains a place in my top five favorite albums of all time. the first song, "rascuache" has one of the most wonderfull solos(if you can call it that) ive heard."heliotrope" is my favorite song of the bunch and you will end up listening to it over and over. "198d", "metronome arthritis" and "proxima centauri" are also great.they are so intense yet somehow tender at the same time.they pack about 10 albums worth of material into 7 songs. i wish all bands would do this.they sound like a cross between fugazi, rage against the machine, nirvana,black flag and rem, with something all their own.just get this.please.
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