You're a Woman, I'm a Machine

Death From Above - You're a Woman, I'm a Machine
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Based on 6 reviews
2004 Ratings: #15 / 380
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Based on 218 ratings
2004 Ratings: #40
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October 26, 2004 / Release Date
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Dance Punk / Genres
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morningsbell
89
uwu fuck Royal Blood
PipePanic
93
My god, what a debut. It's got all the punk energy of a Misfits record with the catchy hooks and infectious choruses of a Foo Fighters record, but with a little more danger and experimentation, it's almost criminal how much fun this album is. From the distorted wails of the bass to the tight drumming, and the crisp and punchy production, it'll have you destroying things all around your house, creating a mosh pit inside your own living room. And for music that comes from just two people, that's ... read more
zachthesnack
94
I still think that just because Royal Blood's self titled record is one of my all time favorite records (mainly due to it being laced front to back with bangers that I haven't gotten sick of, even with 50+ listens) that I don't enjoy or like DFA.

This record is amazing front to back. Tracks like Romantic Rights and Little Girl are Dance Punk essentials. This thing has so much swagger, grit and energy. It makes me feel like I'm in a biker gang or about to go do some badass shit!

The guitars ... read more
exception
82
With plenty of grooves and funky riffs, Death From Above (1979)'s first album is without a doubt one of the most fun and re-listenable set of punk tracks from the 2000's. Where an enormous amount of pop punk from the late 90's and early 2000's was unbearable, DFA does something a bit different, by keeping their sound aggressive and rough around the edges, but having catchy hooks to appeal to fans from all different genres. They never stop their onslaught of a confusingly poppy-yet-noisy ... read more
NewDawnFadez
80
Death from above’s blistering yet colorful noise rock is relentless and furious on You’re a Woman, I’m a Machine. The watertight tracklist and infectious grooves leave the listener begging for more. It’s a noisy and impressive sound, given the fact that there’s only two dudes behind the instrumentals: bass and drums.

Best tracks: Turn it Out, Romantic Rights, Going Steady, Blood on Our Hands, Black History Month, Little Girl, Cold War, Pull Out
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Track List

  1. Turn It Out 
  2. Romantic Rights 
  3. Going Steady 
  4. Go Home, Get Down 
  5. Blood on Our Hands 
  6. Black History Month
  7. Little Girl 
  8. Cold War 
  9. You're a Woman, I'm a Machine 
  10. Pull Out 
  11. Sexy Results
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