Columbia House Party: 28. At the Drive-In – Relationship of Command (2000)

Title: Columbia House Party: 28. At the Drive-In – Relationship of Command (2000)
Date: May 11, 2020
Original Source: Columbia House Party
Synopsis: In the 28th episode of Columbia House Party, we’re joined by James Herbert to break down At The Drive-In’s Relationship of Command.

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In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by NBA writer James Herbert (@outsidethenba) to discuss At The Drive-In’s 2000 album Relationship of Command. It’s just too bad we recorded this before Cedric Bixler-Zavala dropped the best Instagram comment of the current election cycle. Even acknowledging that exclusion, this is a fun revisiting of a very influential album. Find out more about James and Blake’s unlikely non-friendship in university, how At The Drive-In became the Mars Volta and Sparta separately, and how Relationship of Command holds up against In/Casino/Out here in 2020 on this week’s podcast.

Check it out at Columbia House Party.

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