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Relationship of Command (2000)

At the Drive-In
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Post-hardcore, Alternative rock, Emo

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Relationship of Command is the third and most recent studio album by the post-hardcore band At the Drive-In, and was released in September 2000. The band reached mainstream success through the album, if only for a short time before their 11 year break-up from 2001 to 2012.
The album combines a hardcore aggressive edge with a melodic drive and harmonious, emotive and surreal vocals and lyrics. While the album continues in the alternative style of At the Drive-In's previous albums, Relationship of Command is seen as a more well-rounded album than its predecessors. Initially, the album was received positively by critics, and the album is now seen as one of the most influential post-hardcore, if not rock albums of the decade. Relationship of Command was voted 12th out of 50 in the Albums of the Decade by NME and the 37th most influential album of all time by Kerrang.
Iggy Pop performs back-up vocals on "Rolodex Propaganda", and also appears as the kidnapper in the beginning of "Enfilade".
Relationship of Command was recorded over a seven week period starting on January 17, 2000, following a tour supporting Rage Against the Machine. The album was recorded at the Indigo Ranch Studios, in

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Tracks

2:54 Arcarsenal
3:27 Sleepwalk Capsules
6:05 Invalid Litter Dept.
3:02 Mannequin Republic
5:01 Enfilade
5:25 Quarantined
2:55 Rolodex Propaganda
5:36 Non-Zero Possibility
3:17 Pattern Against User
3:23 Cosmonaut
4:19 One Armed Scissor
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