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 Post subject: ATDI | Relationship Of Command
PostPosted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 4:28 pm 
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The first six or so songs from this record totally handed me my own ass tonight.

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 Post subject: Re: ATDI - Relationship Of Command
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zeb wrote:
The first six or so songs from this record totally handed me my own ass tonight.

:bammer: :zeb: :bammer:


The second half is awesome too. "Quarantined," "Cosmonaut," "Rolodex Propaganda," etc. all continue handing you your ass.


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the whole thing is great, it blew me away the first time i heard it.

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its extremely rare i remember the first time i heard a certain band or record, but i completely remember the first time i heard this band/record. blew me away

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its extremely rare i remember the first time i heard a certain band or record, but i completely remember the first time i heard this band/record. blew me away


i can remember the first time i heard it too.


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They really ended their time on a high note with this one.


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warehouse wrote:
its extremely rare i remember the first time i heard a certain band or record, but i completely remember the first time i heard this band/record. blew me away


same goes for me.


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haha, thats awesome, good to see it kicked everyone ass the first time around

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Abysmal.

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Handed me someone else's ass the other night :|


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Abysmal.


You're right, RoC is very deep indeed.


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in/CASINO/OUT and Vaya are great too. I've never heard Acrobatic Tenement and the other EPs though.


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enfilade and quarantined own this album

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o-o-overrated

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still one of the best live shows i've ever seen in my life.

and yeah, In/Casino/Out as f'n great too, but i'd give RoC the slight edge.


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in/CASINO/OUT and Vaya are great too. I've never heard Acrobatic Tenement and the other EPs though.


Acrobatic Tenement is good. There is one song (I can't remember the name now) on their that is amazing!

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diaglo wrote:
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Abysmal.


You're right, RoC is very deep indeed.


Nice move.


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o-o-overrated


When did you start stuttering?


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When did you start stuttering?


when this album started sucking. :D

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words can't even begin to describe how good this album is. it's intense and is one of those albums where the music does all the talking.

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