Human After All

Daft Punk - Human After All
Critic Score
Based on 16 reviews
2005 Ratings: #427 / 456
User Score
Based on 534 ratings
2005 Ratings: #99
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CRITIC REVIEWS

60
AllMusic

Human After All ends up being just not-bad (a first for Daft Punk); that may be hard to accept for fans that demand nothing less than brilliance from them, but just because it isn't an instant classic doesn't mean that it's totally unworthy, either.

PipePanic
90
I may be the only goddamn human on this planet that genuinely loves this album, but goddamn-it i'll stand by this record till the day I die. It's Daft Punk's most abrasive, angry, dark and dirty album to date, with the group striving to make a statement against their pop crossover appeal by stripping away everything that made them so accessible and easy to listen to, leaving a cold yet extremely entertaining nightmare of a record that will leave an impact on the listener almost ... read more
ParthanyJobtano
70
kinda flawed but still
guess you could say that they are
human after all (pls laugh)
cakenator
60
I just can't get into it
Gyro64
85
Rare case where being repetitive makes the music better, every single track go here go absolutely nowhere but they really didn't need to and the fact that they didn't go anywhere only makes the music better to be honest. Tracks like Make Love and Steam Machine work especially in the format they were given.
freckledfreako
70
Daft Punk was pretty, but now they dirty. On Human After All, they sound like they are rusting and glitching. There is an excessive amount of distortion and repetition. I'm a sucker for dirty and industrial sounds, but these songs loop and loop and loop and loop... Apart from some of their catchiest melodies, it can get pretty annoying for some people. Overall, I enjoyed this album for the most part. Is this album in any way underrated? Yes. Is it anywhere close to being their best? God, no. ... read more
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Track List

  1. Human After All 
  2. The Prime Time Of Your Life 
  3. Robot Rock 
  4. Steam Machine 
  5. Make Love 
  6. The Brainwasher 
  7. On/Off 
  8. Television Rules The Nation 
  9. Technologic
  10. Emotion
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Added on: August 3, 2011