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The album's title is a portmanteau of "ATL" (an abbreviation of Atlanta, Georgia) and "aliens", which has been interpreted by critics as a commentary about the feeling of being isolated from American culture.

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It has been certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), for shipments of two million copies in the United States.Welcome to lists only the best boy sites for you to enjoy fresh nude boys in hot oral action and anal sex.Bookmark us now and you�ll get masses of sweet young boys and the hottest teen sex in a variety of hot boy sites!Several songs feature the duo's first attempts at producing music by themselves.Lyrically, the group discusses a wide range of topics including urban life as hustlers, existential introspection, and extraterrestrial life.The album's title is a portmanteau of "ATL" (an abbreviation of Atlanta, Georgia) and "aliens".

In his book Icons of Hip Hop: An Encyclopedia of the Movement, Music, and Culture, author Mickey Hess interprets the album's title as "partly a statement about being from Atlanta, while also signifying on the theme of the group's name (by using the term aliens) framing themselves as societal outcasts." Mark Bould, author of The Routledge Companion to Science Fiction, observes that the title symbolizes Out Kast's "estrangement from American society", suggesting that "the inner city of their formative years is out of this world and its hostile conditions." Andrea Comer of The Hartford Courant felt that Out Kast's "lyrical acumen shines through" despite "Heltah-Skeltah mumbling and Southern slang", and stated, "after a few rotations, the alien feeling wears away, and [the album is] just out of this world." Sonia Murray of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution called the album "more thoughtful" than its predecessor, noting, "What the second album lacks in adventurous arrangements it more than makes up for in lyrical dominance." Kevin Powell of Rolling Stone felt that, like Out Kast's debut album, ATLiens is "a gritty document of what's happening here and now, an up-to-the-minute briefing on Southern black ghetto life on which Out Kast members Andre and Big Boi cast their feelings of alienation in familiar, realistic characterizations".

The duo took the opportunity to recreate their image. DJ, the two decided to abandon their cornrow hairstyles in favor of a more natural aesthetic, vowing to stop combing their hair.

Dungeon Family member Big Rube observed an increase in the duo's confidence after returning from their first tour, remarking, "They started understanding the power they had in their music.

Between from 1995 to 1996, Out Kast recorded ATLiens in sessions at several Atlanta studios—Bosstown Recording Studios, Doppler Recording Studios, Patch Werk Recording Studio, Purple Dragon Studios, and Studio La Co Co—as well as Chung King Recording Studio and Sound On Sound Recording in New York City.

The record features outer space-inspired production sounds, with Out Kast and producers Organized Noize incorporating elements of dub, psychedelic rock, and gospel into the compositions.

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