In Casino Out

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11 tracks
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1 Alpha Centauri 3:13 82,735
2 Chanbara 2:57 97,771
3 Hulahoop Wounds 3:25 71,315
4 Napoleon Solo 6:16 106,190
5 Pickpocket 2:35 96,659
6 For Now.. We Toast 3:02 31,459
7 Devil Among the Tailors 0:00 776
8 Shaking Hand Incision 3:37 69,260
9 Lopsided 5:30 92,146
10 Hourglass 3:26 74,331
11 Transatlantic Foe 3:37 66,778

About this album

In/Casino/Out is the second full-length LP by American post-hardcore band At the Drive-In, released in 1998. It was recorded as a live studio album, with the intention of better capturing the energy and sound of their live shows. The album marks a clear middle ground between the dirty, lo-fi sound of the their first album, Acrobatic Tenement, and the sleeker, more produced sound heard on Relationship of Command. The album also features Jim Ward’s return to the band, who notably sings his debut lead vocals on the track “Hourglass”.

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  • brarig219

    Believe it or not, today is the very first day I've ever listened to this record.

    9 Apr 6:42pm Reply
  • jokarl33

    I didnt like this one, thought it would be more "speed" in the songs.

    2 Feb 2010 Reply
  • toastylewis

    / / /

    5 Dec 2008 Reply
  • longestplague

    I can see why this album may appeal to emo fans - the vocals, but that's the lot. They remind me of Planes mistaken for Stars self titled album. I guess the reason someone tagged ATDI as emo was cos they like this album and like emo. However RoC definately isn't emo, and ICO isn't either.

    11 Jun 2008 Reply

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