Hell Paso

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Hell Paso
At the Drive-In - Hell Paso cover.jpg
EP by At the Drive-In
Released 1994
Recorded November 1994, Rosewood Studios
Genre Post-hardcore
Length 10:34
Label Western Breed Records
Producer At the Drive-In
At the Drive-In chronology
Hell Paso
Alfaro Vive, Carajo!

Hell Paso is the first EP released by the band At the Drive-In.

"In November of 1994, using Ward's college savings, the band released their first seven-inch single, 'Hell Paso', on their own Western Breed Records." [1] The title is play on words of the band's hometown, El Paso.

The track title "Grand Mox Turkin" is a reference to the Star Wars character Grand Moff Tarkin.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Grand Mox Turkin" – 2:43
  2. "Red Planet" – 2:33
  3. "Emptiness Is a Mule" – 5:19


  • Cedric Bixler - Lead vocals
  • Jim Ward - Guitar, back-up vocals
  • Jarrett Wrenn - Guitar
  • Kenny Hopper - Bass
  • Bernie Rincon - Drums
  • Mike Major - Engineer