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  • Audio CD (Oct. 1 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Warner Music Canada
  • ASIN: B0007DAZW8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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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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Daft Punk will return with their first studio album in 4 years in March 2005. 'Human After All' will follow-up 2001's 'Discovery'. The French duo featuring Thomas Bangalter and Guy Manuel de Homem recorded the album at their home studio in Paris between September and November 2004. Virgin.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Shawn Austin on March 18 2005
Format: Audio CD
The wait is over. Was it worth it? That seems to be the burning question in regards to the latest full-length effort from Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, known the world over as Daft Punk.
Four years is an awfully long time between album releases these days. When the Aerodynamic duo returned in 2001 with "Discovery", the long-awaited follow up to 1997's ground-breaking "Homework", critics and consumers alike heralded the disc as a refreshing breath of fresh air to an all to often stagnant electronic scene. Now we see the arrival of the pair's third full-length album(Alive 1997 and Daft Club being live and remix discs respectively) "Human After All". Is it up to par with their first 2 releases? Well, yes! And no.
The album opens strongly with the title track "Human After All". Building on vocoded vocals and filtered guitars, this pretty much sets the tone for the rest of the set. "The Prime Time Of Your Life" could have been a great track, but it unfortunately never really kicks into the groove you keep expecting it to. The lead single "Robot Rock" follows next, reminding seasoned listeners of "Da Funk" with it's steady, rock-derived beat and hard, pulsating guitar loops. It's easily one of the catchiest tracks on the disc and contains the only "credited" sample on the album. "Steam Machine" chugs along nicely, and "Make Love" offers the listener a chance to catch their breath before plunging into the acid-rock fury of "The Brainwasher". "Television Rules The Nation" could have been a great track to address social themes in the media today, but relies on the loop and guitar formula found throughout the album.
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Format: Audio CD
When I went to buy this album, I was very excited...4 years is very long.I bought this album, I listen to it 1 time and I was very very disappointed.I was like:"What's that??? What the hell......" But the day after, I had the Human After All and Robot Rock riff in my head all day long. Maybe I was hoping of an album like Discovery which was awesome and also Homework. But this album is like a mix of these 2 albums. This album is excellent but they can do better...Their songs are long and it's pratically always the same riff all over the song.
1-Human After All 9/10 Very good opening song, catchy riff and simple
2-The Prime Time Of Your Life 8/10, The beginning is very good but they can do better on that one...
3-Robot Rock 10/10 Very awesome song, good single...
4-Steam Machine 6/10 Not a big hit,long for nothing...
5-Make Love 7/10 5 minutes and it's the same thing all over the song, there's only a fade-in and fade-out effect and that's all
6-The Brainwasher 7/10 At the beginning I was thinking of a Black Sabbath cover (Iron Man) a rave song, if I was the producer, I would have do a shorter song with this one...
7-On/Off Interlude
8-Television Rules The Nation 8,5/10 Very cool song but it's the same riff again all the time ,but...anyways
9-Technologic 10/10 Best song with a lot of lyrics, if someone learn that one, I'll give you a big hug ahhaahha
10-Emotion 7/10 Like Make Love, it's long and there's not a big difference all over the song...
So if you're a Daft Punk fan, it's a great cd but if you don't know Daft Punk don't begin with this cd, go with Homework or Discovery...
I give 4,5 stars on 5 for the beautifl album which you most listen a couple of time before really loving it
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I don't understand why this album receives so much hate, I absolutely love the rock-infused electronic sound Daft Punk have put together here. Especially after hearing Alive 2007, you get an understanding of how genius this album truly is. I can see how some people complain that it is too repetitive but a lot of Daft Punk's earlier work was repetitive too and everyone loved that ('Around The World' anyone?). Human After All has become one of my favourite Daft Punk songs. Just really sit down and listen to these songs to really appreciate what they have done here.
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By Trish N on Aug. 3 2015
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This was a gift for my hubby and we really enjoy the music.
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