At the Drive-In
Relationship of Command


Okay. Say you really like Rage Against the Machine, but you hate the way you can still feel the icy control that lurks just beneath the surface of their anger. And even though you like loud guitars and furious beats, you hate Limp Bizkit and Kid Rock because ... well, just because they're so damn stupid. Plus you like to be the guy in your circle of friends who has already gotten tired of a record by the time MTV starts overplaying the single and all the idiots you hang out with start downloading it for free off of Napster. You should probably buy this album, especially if you get a little turned on by quasi-proletariat song titles like "Pattern Against User", "Mannequin Republic", and "Rolodex Propoganda". But ignore the last track.

Chris Pace

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