You're a Woman, I'm a Machine

Death From Above 1979 - You're a Woman, I'm a Machine
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Based on 7 reviews
2004 Ratings: #21 / 396
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Based on 257 ratings
2004 Ratings: #34
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uwu fuck Royal Blood
This album is painfully uninteresting, especially the instrumental parts. These riffs are simply annoying and i can’t help myself from disliking this record
haha bass go brrrrr
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
This album is just one long adrenaline shot. One of my favorite parts about this album is that it starts with some unassuming piano notes, which do an extremely poor job at setting up the album because OH BOY WE'RE NEVER GONNA HEAR THAT PIANO AGAIN. The moment the drums kick in after that piano it's just. B A S S.

I've always admired how greatness and creativity can come out of such limited resources. And this album is no exception. So many great tracks from start to (almost) finish, so many ... read more
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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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Added on: July 22, 2011