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At The Drive In

Anthology: This Station Is Non-Operational

(Sparta, Mars Volta)

Fearless

Released on May 24, 2005

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Four years since their "indefinite hiatus", the band members (now split into The Mars Volta and Sparta) have unveiled this collection of greatest hits, videos, BBC sessions, b-sides, re-mixes, EPK, and covers of The Smiths and Pink Floyd tunes. Includes an 18-track audio CD, a companion DVD, and a booklet containing 20 unreleased photos.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Fahrenheit  6%
2 Picket Fence Cartel  7%
3 Chanbara  4%
4 Lopsided  4%
5 Napoleon Solo Voted #2  16%
6 Pickpocket  7%
7 Doorman's Placebo (B-Side)  1%
8 Metronome  9%
9 198D  4%
10 One Armed Scissor Voted #1  18%
11 Enfilade Voted #3  11%
12 Non Zero Possibility  2%
13 Incetardis (B-Side)  1%
14 Autorelocator (Rare)  4%
15 Rascuache (Vaya Remix)  0%
16 This Night Has Opened My Eyes (Smiths Cover)  1%
17 Initiation (BBC LAMACQ Session)  3%
18 Take Up The Stethoscope And Walk (Pink Floyd Cover)  2%
Come back on or after Tuesday, May 24 to vote for your favorite songs

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Kyle from Houston, TX 
Jul 8 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is like all of at the drive ins cds combined into 1 cd it was a good i idea to make this cd because now i dont hav to buy all of the other cds.

in memory of -walker, texas ranger

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Heidi from Azle, TX 
Jun 19 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow. There are some really good songs on this cd. Some are really hard to get and like three unreleased ones. The DVD is pretty badass. With live footage, Two music videos, and some extras it well worth the money.

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Andrew from Elmhurst, IL 
Jun 10 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Sick of Genereic street punk? Hate that bubble gum emo garbage? well then ladies and gentalmen, At the Drive in is for YOU! i consider myself not a fan of this band, but this "Best of" release is pretty damn solid. It's all you would want out of a best of album. "ONE ARMED SCISSOR" is an amazing song. If your new to this band like me, this would be a hands down purchase out of all the other ATDI releases. Good bargain if you want something different. This is way better than the mars volta by the way.

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Aaron from Mesa, AZ 
Jun 1 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

You pretty much get what you expect here. A bunch of great songs from ATDI. This is a good release for someone who isn't too familiar with them and hardcore fans will eat it up for the bonus DVD (which is OK, but could have had a little more live content). It gets a 5 because, well...it's ATDI and it's a "greatest hits", so how could it not be good? I personally got it more for the free 7" than anything else, but that's only so I can become rich by selling it on ebay 40 years down the road when these guys are even bigger cult phenomenons.





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