Human After All

Daft Punk - Human After All
Critic Score
Based on 16 reviews
2005 Ratings: #434 / 463
User Score
Based on 682 ratings
2005 Ratings: #111
Liked by 34 people
March 15, 2005 / Release Date
LP / Format
Virgin / Label
Daft Punk, C�dric Hervet, Gildas Loa�c / Producer / Website
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As they say, sometimes it is necessary to take a step backwards in order to continue to progress in the future. Let us hope that Human After All is the step backwards.


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.

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!

I know WHY this album has this polarizing reception. It might not be the most 'classic sounding' Daft Punk record, with the record going for a more abrasive, angry, dark and dirty feeling it it. 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, ... read more
kinda flawed but still
guess you could say that they are
human after all (pls laugh)
It may be "the worst daft punk album" to a lot of people. I just don't buy that. Also, Daft Punk at their worst is still fucking great. Robot Rock will always be a masterpiece.
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.
I just can't get into it
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Added on: August 3, 2011